UASF (SAN FRANCISCO) SHARES – 10 WAYS UASF WORKS FOR YOU

U N I O N = P O W E R
10 Ways UASF Works for You

  1. The name itself says it all! United Administrators of San Francisco. We stand together on issues of importance to local school administrators.
  2. We are able to collectively negotiate a contract that spells out key working conditions, such as wages, benefits, evaluation and grievance procedures.
  3. We have a vital voice at the San Francisco Labor Council on important social issues that impact the work we do with our parent student community in the City.
  4. We protect you and stand up for you when particular issues impact you directly, as well as with issues that impact our entire group.
  5. The union (including our national affiliation with the American Federation of School Administrators) provides a variety of union-privilege programs, such as group life insurance, liability coverage, loans and family services.
  6. UASF offers tailored legal services, in individual cases. With a union, the cost is shared and becomes affordable instead of impossible.
  7. By supporting UASF, you also support important lobbying efforts at the local, state and national levels for important educational bills and programs that affect you and other educational professionals.
  8. With a union, the District must negotiate with our entire group. Stated another way, the District knows that it faces employees who stick together; stand up for each other; and demand fairness for all.
  9. UASF provides us with a collective voice on a host of issues that go far beyond the mandatory subjects of collective bargaining. The District has opted to meet and confer with our group on a wide scope of non-bargaining issues for one central reason: the District respects our group.
  10. Last but not least, the old truism rings true: In union there is strength. We are much better off with a collective, unified voice than with disparate, divided voices that often serve only to cancel each other out.

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