Staff Unions at U. of California Vote No Confidence in President

by E Wayne Ross on September 7, 2009

San Francisco Chronicle: UC workers deliver no-confidence vote to Yudof

The top brass at the University of California say it’s “nothing more than a publicity stunt” and a “tantrum” – and they might be right.

But when labor unions representing about 70,000 UC employees said Thursday that 96 percent of staff and faculty at all 10 campuses had signed a vote of no confidence in UC President Mark Yudof, the message was clear: Employees at the public university are angry.