If You Think The Treatment of Adjuncts Doesn't Impact Tenured Faculty, Think Again

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by Jonathan Rees While this piece from the NYT‘s business section is designed for any worker, it should have special relevance for academics: These are the kinds of comments I hear in my work as a consultant:• “I’m overwhelmed, and with all the changes going on here, it’s getting worse. There aren’t enough hours in the day to do my job.”• “I have new responsibilities that demand creative and strategic thought, but I’m not getting to them.”• “I have too many meetings to attend, and I can’t get any ‘real’ work done.”• “I have too many e-mails, and, given day-to-day urgencies, the […]
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