Washington State University (WSU) Contract Information



NOTE: This page includes information and links on the current 2013-2015 WSU contract that expires June 30, 2015, and the previous 2011-2013 contract. This information is included here for reference purposes.

 

2013-2015

NOTE: This is not to be confused with the tentative agreement on the next, 2015-2017 contract that takes effect July 1, 2015, and runs through June 30, 2017. That tentative agreement was reached Sept. 24, 2014. WSU members ratified that tentative agreement on Sept. 30, 2014, by a vote of 45-1. For details on that ratified agreement, go to: http://www.wfse.org/ratification-wsu/

  • Wage Reopener details in the current 2013-2015 contract.
    July 10, 2014 update: WSU members accept wage re-opener package on current, 2013-2015 contract. NOTE: This is not to be confused with the tentative agreement on the next, 2015-2017 contract that takes effect July 1, 2015, and runs through June 30, 2017. For more details on the ratified tentative agreement on the next, 2015-2017 contract, go to: http://www.wfse.org/ratification-wsu/ That agreement takes effect July 1, 2015, and runs through June 30, 2017. That tentative agreement was reached Sept. 24, 2014. WSU members ratified that tentative agreement on Sept. 30, 2014 by a vote of 45-1.Washington State University members this summer voted 53-3 to accept the wage re-opener package that will bring a one-time 4 percent lump sum payment for members, and also a paid University Leave Day.

    This comes under WSU’s current, 2013-2015 contract.

    Balloting closed Wednesday night (July 9, 2014).

    The 4 percent lump sum payment was paid out during the July 25, 2014 payroll cycle.

    The paid University Leave Day can be used by members until June 30, 2015. This additional paid leave day can be used in conjunction with a holiday to ensure eligibility for holiday pay or to add to a vacation leave request.

    This agreement came about by persistent advocacy by the 2013-2015 WSU Bargaining team. They and the members they represent never gave up.

 


2011-2013

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