Los Angeles Daily News-
Fearing for their job security as more positions are outsourced, the University of California‘s largest employee union says its members will vote next month on whether to strike for the second time this year.
Leaders with the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, Local 3299 made the announcement at Wednesday’s U.C. Board of Regents meeting in Oakland amid stalled labor negotiations. The AFSCME represents more than 25,000 service and patient care technical workers at UC’s 10 campuses, five medical centers, numerous clinics, research laboratories and UC Hastings College of Law.