Friday, October 15, 2010

Berkeley Faculty Association Calls for "Process D"

The UC Berkeley Faculty Association (BFA) issued a report yesterday roundly criticizing the proposals of the Post Employment Benefits task force (PEB).  The report recommends rejecting options A and B put forth by the PEB majority, and also finds Option C (the faculty/staff dissenting report) lacking.  BFA calls for "Process D."  You can download the full report (PDF) here, or read the short version on the BFA website.

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