Understanding Collective Bargaining & Defining Our Union Priorities

The collective bargaining process can cover a host of important issues — from job security and compensation to benefits and professional development. It is up to us as adjunct and part-time faculty to determine what we’d like to maintain at Brandeis and what we’d like to prioritize for improvement. No matter what we choose to pursue, our efforts will no doubt foster a more transparent, consistent and fair relationship between faculty and university administrators. viagra online apotheke ohne rezept

Please take a few moments to review the summary below — then click here to sign the ‘Union Yes’ pledge to join our shared pursuit of social justice and academic excellence at Brandeis. Viagra By Mail


  • A Collective Bargaining Agreement builds on the existing base, which for many faculty outside the tenure structure at Brandeis is already stronger than at other colleges and universities.
  • None of the many SEIU Faculty Forward contracts yet negotiated have lost existing ground on salary, benefits or participation in faculty governance for any category of unionized faculty.
  • Collective Bargaining Agreements, Faculty Senates, Faculty Handbooks and individual contracts successfully coexist.
  • Typically, Collective Bargaining Agreements address working conditions, salary floors, raises, codifying language that governs promotions, job security and benefits.
  • Collective Bargaining Agreements set floors for salaries, raises and benefits — but do not set limits on them. buy cialis online