Monday December 4, 2023 6:24 a.m.
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — The San Francisco Unified School District says employees who help maintain the city’s public schools have entered into a ‘memorandum of understanding’ and no strikes are planned for Monday to protest unfair labor practices regarding salaries and other matters.
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SFUSD said in a news release that it and Common Crafts agreed “to negotiate in good faith to resolve outstanding grievances, arbitrations, memorandums of understanding, and other matters related to contract negotiations.”
Common Crafts includes about 80 plumbers, carpenters, roofers and other tradespeople, the San Francisco Building and Construction Trades Council said in a news release Saturday.
MORE: San Francisco Unified School District, service workers reach tentative agreement to avoid strike
The San Francisco Unified School District announced Wednesday that it has reached a tentative agreement with service workers to avoid a strike.
The board said Saturday that the school district had not paid the salaries it was owed. He did not specify the nature of the other issues in dispute, but said they arose from an agreement negotiated with workers in October 2021.
According to SFUSD, “As part of the MOU, Common Crafts also expressly agrees not to engage in any concerted activity, work stoppage, work stoppage or strike of any kind, including solidarity strikes, until February 1, 2024″.
Bay City News contributed to this report.
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