The Janus v. AFSCME Supreme Court decision is the product of a 40-year campaign by billionaires like the Koch brothers, in cahoots with anti-labor politicians, to eviscerate public-sector unions. At Rutgers, as in the rest of New Jersey, public-sector employees who currently pay 85 percent of membership dues because they benefit from the contracts that… Read more »
April 10 | 12pm | Rally at the Board of Governors The fight for just working conditions starts now, and it begins with you Would you like to see: your monthly health care contributions go down by hundreds of dollars or more? yearly cost-of-living raises? more tenure-track faculty and TA/GA lines? tenure eligibility for NTT teaching… Read more »
Rooms were packed and rallies loud during the filled-to-capacity Bargaining for the Common Good in Higher Education Convening at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, N.J., Feb. 22-24. Hundreds of activists, including a wide array of AFT members, other unionists and community organizers, were eager to dive deep into finding ways their work can serve not… Read more »
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We would like to invite you and other organizations you work with to apply for an exciting community-labor convening taking place February 22nd- 24th on Bargaining for the Common Good in Higher Education! The convening will be hosted by a steering committee of representatives from labor, community and student organizations and convened by the Center… Read more »
When grads fight WE WIN! On Wednesday, following weeks of organizing and mobilizing by grad workers across the country, news emerged that the GOP will remove the tax on tuition remission from the final version of the tax bill! Let us be VERY clear: this would not have happened without disciplined action and organizing done… Read more »
A Statement from the AAUP-AFT Full-Time Faculty in support of Part-Time Lecturers (PTLs) There are about 3,000 adjuncts or Part-Time Lecturers (PTLs) at Rutgers University of which more than 2,000 teach in any given semester. These adjunct instructors teach more than 30% of all classes at Rutgers but are paid a salary which, in many… Read more »