Montana Adjunct Sues Employer Alleging Underpayment of Wages

A longtime adjunct professor at Carroll College is suing the school, saying it underpaid her for work by wrongly interpreting or ignoring its own payment policies and falsely telling her what she was due. According to a complaint filed last week in District Court in Helena, Lorna Milne has been an adjunct faculty member since 1988, teaching composition, writing, literature and, currently, the first-year class known as the Alpha Seminar. Adjunct professors are typically part-time faculty and are paid less than full-time professors. They are not tenure-track professors. Carroll has approximately 85 full-time professors and 70 adjuncts this semester. The […]
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