Is Harper College a Great Place to Work? Don’t Ask the Adjuncts

PART-TIME FACULTY MEMBERS at Harper College who have been negotiating with administrators to get a union contract are upset because they weren’t included in a recent survey of job satisfaction. The survey was circulated in April, said Arlene Bublick, President of the Harper College Adjunct Faculty Association. The Association has been in negotiations with the administration for almost a year for the first contract for part-timers. Bublick said she was told that part-time faculty need not respond to the survey. The Palatine, Illinois college has about 600 adjunct faculty members, 300 of whom are unionized. There are 214 full-time faculty […]
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