UUP will be hosting a Statewide New Employee Orientation webinar on Monday, February 10.
UUP President Fred Kowal urged the state Legislature to make a real financial commitment to SUNY to begin reversing damage done by huge Great Recession-era cuts and years of flat funding for the University.
UUP is offering the first-ever Statewide New Employee Orientation webinar on October 21 at 12:00 PM. The webinar will be interactive and provide an opportunity for new employees to learn more about UUP and find out about our union-negotiated benefits.
September 20 marks the beginning of an entire week of global climate action.
Last fall, members of UUP resoundingly ratified a new six-year contract with New York State that will be in effect until the middle of 2022. The contract was approved by …
UUP’s 2016-22 contract with New York State contains new family leave provisions, providing members with many options for fully paid, partially paid, and unpaid leave for family care.
The results of the 2019-2021 chapter elections are now posted on the UUP website.
With the 2019-20 Executive Budget proposing flat funding for SUNY’s state-operated campuses and eliminating the entire subsidy for SUNY’s hospitals, New York’s largest public higher education system cannot adequately function without a rescue plan.
The new 2016-2022 agreement between UUP and the State includes an employer contribution to Dependent Care Advantage Accounts (DCAA) for UUP-represented employees who are enrolled as DCAAccount participants for the 2018 plan year.
Members of United University Professions, the union that represents more than 35,000 academic and professional faculty at State University of New York (SUNY) state-operated campuses, resoundingly ratified a new six-year contract with New York state.