BREAKING: University of Michigan lecturers union reaches deal with U-M. Deal includes "parity in starting pay, with lecturers on all three campuses making a minimum of $51,000 by academic year 2023-24, an increase from the current Dearborn and Flint minimums by $10,000." @freep

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More from union on deal: "In addition to the historic victory in minimum salaries, the contract would include longevity raises, increased job security provisions, enhanced sick pay, and teaching professor titles for longer serving lecturers."
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Ah found it: AFT! Don't tell anyone but U of SC has a union. Sparked by grad students, and growing. With an agenda: inter alia, fair pay for the workers who keep the shop running. @UCW_SC
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U of SC - no need to keep quiet. We are here to support you‼️#sollidarity #UnionStrong #StrongerTogether 💪🏻
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Lecturers in Ohio are not permitted to unionize. Legally.
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Even at public universities? Is there a cutout in the Olio Public Labor Relations Act?
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@ECUBGSA we gonna unionize or what?
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