Arbitrator Finds NYU Violated Adjuncts' Contract

New York University was recently found to be in violation of its adjunct professor union contract. The union’s contract requires NYU to compensate adjunct professors who are not re-appointed for an upcoming academic year. If an adjunct professor has taught for more than three consecutive academic years and is not reappointed for the following year, the contract requires termination compensation equal to the most recent academic year’s pay. But arbitrator Susan Mackenzie concluded in a February 19, 2010 ruling that the university was in violation of its contract by not also giving termination pay to professors who were reappointed for […]
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