Law Firm Strikes Gold For Adjuncts’ Golden Years

by Cara Nissman Eva Mader has taught part-time for more than 20 years, but has only recently discovered she might have been entitled to receive retirement benefits since she started, thanks to the efforts of the Se attle-based law firm Bendich, Stobaugh & Strong, P.C. “People used to ask when I was going to retire,” said Mader, a part-time German instructor for 24 years at North Seattle Community College. “I used to say, ‘Don’t use that word retirement with me because I’m not going to retire. Retirement means you’re getting money from your employer when you leave.’ I would say, […]
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