Three Unions Fight Over 1000 P/Timers

In California, one part-time faculty has decided to break away from their current union to achieve quality pay, healthcare benefits, and adequate representation on their own. That decision has created a lot of attention. United Faculty (UF) has represented Grossmont College in El Cajon and Cuyamaca College in Rancho San Diego since the 1970s, but not for much longer if 1,202 part-timers (395 FTE) have their say.  This independent wall-to-wall unit represents the entire faculty, but many part-timers feel their needs have not been met, despite outnumbering full-time faculty almost 4:1. “Part-timers have had to make special requests to speak […]
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