Faculty Member Sues PCC Union Over Agency Fees

AN ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR at Pasadena City College has filed a lawsuit against the PCC teachers’ union over a recent move to charge all faculty members, not just union members, a share of costs incurred by the union. Chemistry instructor Rich McKee is arguing that the union hasn’t justified the fees it is charging and that faculty members aren’t being assessed equally. The lawsuit, filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, calls on the PCC chapter of the California Teachers Association to implement a per-capita fee, rather than an across-the-board charge of one percent of a faculty member’s salary. Union president Suzanne […]
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