Rutgers and Union Leaders Reach Tentative Agreement

by Matt Fazelpoor The labor dispute between unions representing 9,000 educators, researchers, clinicians, and counselors and Rutgers University moved a step closer to resolution April 30 as union leadership approved tentative agreements after nearly a year of negotiations. Representatives of the three unions, Rutgers AAUP-AFT, the Rutgers Adjunct Faculty Union, and AAUP-BHSNJ, met to approve the agreements and recommend them to members for ratification. That bumpy year of negotiations also included a five-day strike in mid-April, which led to the two sides being called down to Trenton with the governor’s office stepping in to help mediate talks that had broken down. The two […]
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