After Years-long Struggle, 3,000 Pitt Faculty (Including Part-Timers) Will Vote on Unionization

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By Donovan Harrell and Susan Jones from the University Times After a years-long campaign, University of Pittsburgh faculty will finally get to vote on if they want to form a union in an election scheduled for Aug. 27 to Oct. 12. The Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board (PLRB) issued the order on July 16. About 3,000 eligible voters will be sent a letter on Aug. 27 containing an official ballot. They will have to return their ballots to the PLRB’s Harrisburg office by Oct. 12. The vote count will start at 10 a.m. Oct. 19 and end on Oct. 21 if necessary, according to the […]
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