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Full time employees in the Los Rios district have benefited the most from the new contract proposals while part-time employees don’t receive those benefits. The campaign for Family Workplace Justice previously attended a March 8 Board of Trustees meeting to advocate for better staff benefits at the Los Rios District Office. (Photo courtesy of Sara Smith)

LRCCD full-time faculty receive workplace benefits at the cost of part-time faculty

Kaitlyn Riley, Staff Writer May 15, 2023

The campaign for Family Workplace Justice spent time advocating for better benefits for all Los Rios staff this year. The contract agreement was settled on April 28 and wasn’t as beneficial as staff...

The campaign for Family Workplace Justice attended a boards of trustees meeting on March 8 at the Los Rios District Office. They have received a third of the signatures needed for a petition calling to improve workplace benefits. (Photo courtesy of Sara Smith)

Faculty at ARC urge equality or flexibility for workplace leave

Kaitlyn Riley, Staff Writer May 5, 2023

The Campaign for Family Workplace Justice originated at American River College, but now is advocating for fully paid parental leave, family leave and medical leave for all Los Rios faculty. Lori Beccarelli,...

Celebrating women at American River College (starting from top left Jennae Lambdin, Carson Lowden, Diana Allie, second row, Lauren Chavez, Kathleen Collihan, last row, Sara Smith, Marianna Sala, Jian Alsarraj) (Photo courtesy of ARC website)

Eight Inspirational women at ARC

The Current Staff March 31, 2023

There are many inspiring women at American River College. Students just need to look next to them to find strong female role models at the college, all who help mold student’s minds and bodies.  Lauren...

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