Lecturer Misclassifications a Thorn in LEO’s Paw

After many months of working with the University of Michigan and waiting for answers, the Lecturers’ Employee Organization is reaching its breaking point. In a membership meeting in December, LEO members created a plan of action to make sure their voice is still being heard. LEO members decided to conduct short teach-ins during class instruction time to make sure students are aware of what is going on, LEO co-chair Ian Robinson said. One of the many bones of contention LEO has with the University is the problem of misclassified lecturers — an issue that has plagued the union since the […]
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