Saturday, March 16, 2019, 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM
East Brunswick Hilton
3 Tower Center Blvd.
East Brunswick, NJ 08816
Meet Members of NJ Assembly
Free registration for all AFTNJ members.
More information and registration will be posted on our website beginning late January 2019.
For those traveling and want to secure a room, the Hilton conference rate will be $109.00 plus tax per night.…Read more
EDISON, NJ –
Previously unaffiliated union locals representing more than 60 administrative, student support, information technology and advising positions at Cumberland County College have voted to affiliate with the American Federation of Teachers New Jersey—the largest higher education union in the state.
Academic advisor Steve Stolar, a 38-year employee at Cumberland, is the president of a 41-person Administrators Association of Cumberland County College-AFT.…Read more
Joanna Gagis, Producer/Correspondent, NJTVNews
American teachers at the Wenzhou-Kean campus will be transferred to the control of the Chinese government, and union leaders say this puts them at risk.
“China really does not have a very good record on human rights and on workers’ rights,” said Eric Richard, New Jersey AFL-CIO director of legislation. “The ITUC, International Trade Union Conference, issued their most recent report and China literally received the worst grade possible.”
China’s track record on censorship also has the union concerned.…Read more
Carly Sitrin, NJ Spotlight
Hundreds of faculty union members picketed meeting of university’s board of governors, frustrated with stagnant wages and months of fruitless bargaining
Members of several Rutgers faculty unions say they are “fed up” and are threatening to strike over ongoing contract negotiations with the university which they claim have been arduous and opaque.…Read more