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Contract Input Session Dates Announced!

To complement the input shared through our bargaining survey, the Brandeis Faculty Union plans to host a series of contract input sessions in the coming weeks. These informal conversations across departments and programs will address questions on the collective bargaining process and help to establish priorities for our first union contract. cialis 5mg kohlpharma

Sessions are open to all bargaining unit members (Part-Time Contract and Adjunct Faculty). Tentative details are included below, with some buildings and rooms TBD. Additional sessions maybe scheduled beyond March 2, if needed

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On Friday, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) finished tallying our votes. By an incredible 4-to-1 margin, we, the adjuncts and part-time contract faculty at Brandeis, have decided to form our union. Welcome to the Brandeis chapter of Faculty Forward / SEIU Local 509!

Now that we have unionized, it is time to look forward to the positive changes that collective action brings. Whether you voted yes, no or abstained, we invite you to join in working together to set goals, determine values and win measurable gains. Our aim is for every adjunct and part-time contract faculty member to be heard, to be recognized and to strengthen our collective voice as a faculty union. Continue Reading…

Faculty Voices: We’re Voting ‘Union Yes!’

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Above you will find information about how you can join the effort to make history at Brandeis.  As adjunct and part-time contract faculty, we are close to a unique opportunity to establish our collective voice on campus — and to ensure that Brandeis maintains its role as a nationwide leader in social justice, academic quality, and faculty excellence.

In these pages you will read, in their own words, why many of our colleagues have pledged to vote ‘YES’ to forming a union at Brandeis.  From employment security, to fair wages and better benefits, to strengthening our voice in governance and academic affairs, there is a broad range of concerns faculty bring to the vote.

Despite that variety, we all share a commitment to teaching, to our students, and to the unique character of this University.  We will vote ‘YES’ to make our voices heard, and to uphold the core Brandeis mission of social justice, support of faculty excellence, and commitment to a robust academic environment.

As you read our colleagues’ accounts, please consider adding your voice to this important effort.  Vote ‘Yes’ when you receive your ballot.  And after we’ve won our union, join the effort to build a collective bargaining agreement that addresses the broad range of our concerns. Together we can make Brandeis a better place for all!

Sincerely,

The Brandeis Faculty Forward Organizing Committee

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

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Tenured and Tenure-Track Brandeis Faculty Support Our Contingent Colleagues!

Dear Colleagues,

This past year, part-time lecturers at Tufts University formed a union and negotiated a landmark contract – bolstered by the full support of tenured and tenure-track faculty on campus. Boston University, Lesley, Northeastern and Bentley have all seen similar union victories in the past year and a half, all with full-time tenured faculty support.

We understand that this academic year, many Brandeis contingent faculty – in affiliation with Faculty Forward and the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) – have begun organizing for union membership. We write to support your efforts and to reiterate what many of us know and about which we have strong feelings: full-time tenured and tenure-track faculty like ourselves constitute a privileged elite at Brandeis, but our entire academic and pedagogic enterprise – our academy – could not function without the work of the several hundredcontingent faculty here. You are our colleagues and equal participants in the enterprise of teaching at this university. You deserve to be treated as such.  Continue Reading…