GW and Union Ready to Begin Negotiations

George Washington University administrators and adjunct faculty union leaders will soon begin collective bargaining negotiations after an almost three-year legal fight ended last month. The University has decided not to further appeal a decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals to allow a vote to create an adjunct faculty union. Negotiations could start as soon as February. “We have requested that negotiations begin by the third week of February,” said Kip Lornell, an adjunct professor of music and union leader. A statement in early December announced that GW would not continue the legal battle after the D.C. Court of Appeals […]
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