Rutgers University faculty contract negotiations have a breakthrough

The unions represent 9,000 educators, researchers and clinicians at Rutgers.

News 12 Staff

Apr 29, 2023, 12:20 AM

Updated 442 days ago

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Rutgers University and three teacher unions appear to have a framework of a contract deal in place.
“Rutgers AAUP-AFT’s Executive Council, the Rutgers Adjunct Faculty Union’s Executive Board, and AAUP-BHSNJ’s Council will read the recommended language over the weekend and vote on Sunday whether to approve them as Tentative Agreements. If they pass, the TAs would then be sent to members for ratification votes,” union leaders wrote in a statement.
The unions represent 9,000 educators, researchers and clinicians at Rutgers.
Union leaders and the university have been in contract negotiations for several weeks.
Faculty and staff members went on a weeklong strike to protest the contract dispute.


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