College Council Voice: Do Our Presidents Value Our Contributions?

President’s Report & State of Negotiations: Do Our College Presidents Value Our Contributions to Quality Education? More >>

William Paterson Members Mobilize More >>

Ramapo Local Pushes Back More >>

Demanding Equity for Adjunct Faculty More >>

Council Legal Victories More >>

Kean University Professional Staff Under Siege More >>

Are You a Full Member? More >>

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March College Council Voice: Sabbaticals and 2012 recap

March Voice
March Voice

Tumultuous 2012 and Renewal…2
National Coaliton of 100 Black Women Honors Faye Robinson-Rowan Librarian…4
The Little Local that Can–AFT Local 4277, a Powerhouse in Trenton…5
AFT Member Susan MacLaury’s Inocente Wins Academy Award for Best Short Doc…6
A Confrontation Over Syllabus Ownership…7
Social Media — Emerging Arbitration Field…7
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Council Voice: More than 1,000 Protest for Higher Education

May 2012 Voice

Despite the fact that CWA recently settled their contract (subject to member ratification), we are not optimistic that the State and the presidents are willing to start to move to contract settlement and give us important contract language contained in the new CWA agreement. This is even more apparent because of the Rutgers settlement several months ago that contained salary language that the State and presidents proposed to us that we cannot agree  to. …

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Jan. Council Voice: Locals Ramp up Campus Protests over Stalled Contract Negotiations

council voice jan 2012

The  Council’s  collective  bargaining  agreements  for  our   full‐time/part‑time  and  adjunct faculty  units expired on June 30, 2011, and since then both units have been working without a contract. Negotiations have been ongoing since May between the Council and the Governor’s Office of Employee Relations, but no significant progress has been  made. In and of itself, this is not unusual. …

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College Council Voice: State Negotiations Update

College Council Voice
Sept. 2011

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  • Negotiations Update
  • With “Friends” Like These, We Don’t Need Enemies. The Governor And The State College/University Presidents Are On The Attack.
  • Summary of the major economic and non-economic demands
  • State’s Economic and Non-Economic Demands (Elaborated) – Full-time/PT Unit
  • State’s Economic and Non-Economic Demands (Elaborated) – Adjunct Faculty Unit
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