Threat to quality, safety, campus security and standing in community posed by misguided practice

A unified campus community is calling on Kean University President Dawood Farahi and the Board of Trustees to stop outsourcing vital campus jobs as part of a good-faith effort to restore the University’s standing in the community, save money and safeguard campus security. Outside contractors are charging Kean University hundreds of thousands of dollars more than the cost of employing dependable, local workers. Meanwhile, poor quality work, a threat to campus security and questionable safety practices undermine Kean’s mission.
Staff: Kean mechanic Steve Pinto, chapter President of the International Federation of Professional, Technical Engineers (IFPTE), which represents 135 workers on campus
Faculty: Physics Professor James Castiglione is President of the Kean Federation of Teachers, which represents approximately 500 full-time faculty and professional staff at Kean.
Student: Moyjohn O’Connor is a Senior in the Political Science department.
Monday, Sept. 12.
3:00 p.m. Informational picket at Morris Ave and Green Lane
4:00 p.m. Board of Trustees meeting at Kean Hall Conference Center
Kean University main campus in Union, NJ

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