Faculty unions across the country are proving that direct action and community organizing works.
Read an op-ed by our incoming New Brunswick Vice President, Hank Kalet, about the importance of open bargaining in our fight for a more democratic Rutgers.
In our August 1 session, we began with a response to management’s counters on Article 5 (“Grievance”) and Article 11 (“Professional Development”); the second half of the bargaining session was dedicated to our presentation on Article 6: “Job Security.”
The following was presented as an introduction to the July 18 bargaining session.
Takeaways from Wednesday’s Special Joint Bargaining Session Devoted to Our Merger
The following bargaining update was emailed out to members on June 16, 2022. We will continue to post bargaining updates to the website and email out the most important updates as we continue with contract negotiations.
A summary of bargaining proposals submitted to management on 6/13/2022 by Rutgers PTLFC.
A summary of bargaining proposals submitted to management by the Rutgers AAUP-AFT on May 17, 2022.
Rutgers adjunct faculty is proving its strength.
Read a statement outlining our contract demands: Pay Parity. Job Security. Health Care.