PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The Community College of Philadelphia and its faculty will be back at the negotiation table on Monday, trying to avoid a strike. Talks ran late Sunday night, with no agreement reached.Double Shooting Leaves Man, Woman Dead In Philadelphia's Fairhill Section, Police Say
Last week, nearly all of the 1,200 union employees voted in favor of a strike.READ MORE: Donald Grier, Arrested, Charged With First-Degree Murder In Connection To Triple Homicide In Townsend, New Castle County, Police Say
The biggest sticking points are workload and pay.
Administrators previously said their last offer was final.MORE NEWS: Police Identify Man Killed In North Philadelphia Hit-And-Run As 64-Year-Old Raymond Hodgins
Negotiations resume this afternoon.