2016 Contract Ratification

The CGE Bargaining Team has reached an agreement with OSU for the 2016-2020 Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA). That agreement will not become official until the CGE membership votes to approve the changes and thereby ratifies the CBA.

Ratification of the 2016-2020 Collective Bargaining Agreement will be held between Monday, October 17 and Friday, October 21.

Ratification Meeting: Monday, October 17 5:ooPM, McLean Room Westminster House.

Voting will begin after the explanation of the contract changes at the Ratification Meeting and continue through the week at the following times and places: 

MORNINGS [9am-12pm]
Tuesday, October 18-Firday, October 21
CGE Office Westminster House (101 NW 23rd)

MIDDAY [12pm-2pm]
Tuesday: Kelly Atrium
Wednesday: SEC Plaza
Thursday: ALS-Cordley Breezeway
Friday: Dearborn Breezeway

AFTERNOONS [2pm-5pm]
Tuesday, October 18-Firday, October 21
CGE Office Westminster House (101 NW 23rd)

EVENINGS [5pm-7pm]
Tuesday, October 18 & Thursday, October 20
CGE Office Westminster House (101 NW 23rd)

Friday, October 21st
Voting open 5:30-close of business.
Multi-Purpose Room Corvallis Senior Center


More details on the agreement can be found at the links below:

Tentative Agreement–final version of the tentative agreement reached between the CGE bargaining team and the OSU bargaining team.

Contract Changes–line-by-line changes between the previous contract and the new tentative agreement.  Deletions are shown as struck through, and insertions are in bold and underlined.

Summary of Contract Changes–here is a quick summary of the changes in the new tentative agreement.

Ratification Meeting Minutes–meeting minutes from the October 17th Ratification Meeting will be posted here by 7pm, Monday, October 17th.

Ratification Information–here are the full details on the ratification process, voter eligibility, and vote counting protocol.



Questions or Comments? Please contact CGE’s VP for Collective Bargaining, Dixie Daniels, at vp_bargaining@cge6069.org.

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