University of Cincinnati Lecturers Move Forward in Gaining Recognition for Bargaining Unit

A GROUP OF part-time teachers at the University of Cincinnati is expected to take another step today toward gaining formal recognition as a bargaining unit. This will be the first time part-time college and university instructors in Ohio have requested the right to negotiate a contract on their behalf. Ohio law does not require universities to acknowledge part-time faculty members in a collective bargaining group. Since 2002, many UC part-time instructors – also called adjuncts – have been saying they want equal pay. They became affiliated with the Ohio Federation of Teachers and the American Federation of Teachers, which represents […]
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