3 Rutgers unions vote to ratify new contract deal with 14% raise

About 93% of the unions’ 9,000 members voted to ratify a new contract on Monday.

Matt Trapani

May 8, 2023, 9:12 PM

Updated 442 days ago

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Three Rutgers University unions have voted to accept a new contract deal.
About 93% of the unions’ 9,000 members voted to ratify a new contract on Monday.
This all comes nearly a month after a historic five-day work strike.
The deal comes with a 14% raise for full-time faculty members.
The unions include Rutgers AAUP-AFT, which represents full-time faculty, graduate workers, postdoctoral associates, and counselors; the Rutgers Adjunct Faculty Union, which represents adjunct faculty; and AAUP-BHSNJ, which represents health science faculty in Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences facilities.


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