Many faculty members at California State University East Bay held a one-day strike in November to protest the stalled state of contract negotiations. The San Francisco Chronicle reported that 41 faculty members took personal time to which they are entitled, and only 4 reported that they simply didn't work (which could have resulted in their pay being docked). Charles Reed, chancellor of the Cal State System, has decided that all faculty members will be paid for the day. In a memo, he said that the number of faculty members who reported being off that day was "inconsistent with campus operations that day," but he said that Cal State lacks the funds to investigate who worked and who didn't. He said it would be unfair to dock the pay only of faculty members who admitted not teaching that day, so all faculty members will be paid.
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