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UC medical workers make complaint against administrators over strike
Sacramento Business Journal

The Public Employment Relations Board issued an unfair labor practice complaint against University of California medical administrators Tuesday. The complaint stems from the strike called by the 13,000 UC Patient Care Technical Workers in May.

The workers, represented by American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 3299, alleged that administrators threatened a number of employees with disciplinary action for using their collective bargaining rights and imposed cuts on the Patient Care Technical unit after refusing the union’s offers of compromise, union spokesman Todd Stenhouse said.