LEO and Michigan Reach Agreement

After six months of negotiations to amend the Lecturers’ Employee Organization’s (LEO) 2004 contract, the LEO Union and the University of Michigan administration have settled. The three-year contact was voted in with a 318-10 majority vote and will remain effective until May 15, 2010. It took six months of negotiations and an informational picket to finalize the union’s grievances with the administration. Some of the gains include the ability for lecturers who work under 80 percent of the semester to be omitted from the Conflict of Commitment Agreement, full health coverage throughout the summer months, and a three percent salary […]
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