Monday, October 12, 2015

Governor Brown Asks UC to Be Transparent With Low Income Workers


Gov. Brown vetoes bill on paying contracted, UC-hired workers equally

In the letter vetoing the bill, Brown said he thinks the University has already started to move in the direction of improving wage and contracting practices, citing its plan to increase minimum wage for employees and contract workers to $15 an hour by 2017.

In the letter, however, Brown urged the University to provide a transparent accounting of its contracts to show how interests of low-income workers are protected.


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