Thursday, March 14, 2019

Adjunct Faculty at Elon University Vote for Union

First were the adjuncts at Duke. An now, adjunct faculty at Elon joined in the act by voting for union representation--112 to 68 in favor of representation by the SEIU. It's not clear whether the University will file election objections, although they have already noted that this is an option. However, given that some of the issues driving support for the union seem relatively easy to address (e.g., not allowing adjuncts to apply for full-time job openings), one has to wonder if it wouldn't make more sense at this point to simply deal with those issues and move on. But we shall see . . . .

This goes to show that even in a state that regularly vies for the lowest union density in the country, there is still labor activity going on.

-Jeff Hirsch

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