The union representing Cal State faculty said it has filed an unfair labor practice charge against management as the two sides battle over a salary dispute.
The California Faculty Assn. filed the charge last week with the state’s Public Employment Relations Board, alleging that Cal State and Chancellor Timothy P. White have been bargaining in bad faith.
The two sides have been deadlocked since June over salary increases for 2015-16, with the union demanding a general 5% pay hike and White offering 2%.
The faculty group represents about 26,000 professors, lecturers, counselors, librarians and athletic coaches.
Earlier this month, 94% of voting members...