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Paid Summer Office Hours

Are you teaching a summer class?  Full and part-time faculty are entitled to one paid office hour for each unit you are teaching in the summer.  For example, if you are teaching a 3-unit class you can be paid for up to three office hours during the summer session or 30 minutes a week for 6 weeks.  The same holds true if you are teaching a lab section.  If you are teaching your class online, your office hours can be online. Make sure you let the dean of your division know how many office hours you will be holding and when you will have them by Monday, May 15. All

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CCFF-District Negotiation: Tentative Agreement Details

Dear Colleagues, As you now know, the CCFF and the District reached a tentative agreement Monday (8/15) evening. The two sides worked hard over the summer to arrive at a settlement and what we have as a tentative agreement is a fair and sound compromise. It sets a solid foundation for all of us to build on in the coming years. Here is a brief outline: PT Salary and Office Hours (PT/FT) PT faculty salary will increase in 2015-16 by 9% to 11% (depending on the step in the salary schedule) retroactive to July 1, 2015; for 2016-17, an additional 2.5% increase effective July 1, 2016, and for 2017-18, an

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Bargaining Update February 18, 2014

Dear colleagues, On Tuesday, February 18, the District offered the following: COLA + 0.43% to make a total of 2% increase in pay. They still insist on part-time faculty subsidizing their own raises by rolling the annual part-time equity funds into the improved salary schedule. While they still agree to a lecture-lab parity task force, they declined our request to set a date for implementation. They also proposed that the CCFF agree to accept no more than COLA next year, which is expected to be 0.86%. The CCFF countered immediately with the following: COLA+ 0.93% to make a total increase of 2.50%. Part-time equity funds to go to part-time faculty;

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