Faculty Union votes 461 to 34 to extend $20M line of credit to improvident UO Administration

From United Academics, Johnson Hall’s new creditors. Full text here.

Dear Colleague,

We are pleased to inform you that the membership has ratified the Memorandum of Understanding to restore Career faculty FTE, institute a payroll reduction plan, and allow faculty to resubmit requests for promotion by a vote of 461 to 34. The negotiations over this agreement were not easy, and UA leadership appreciates everyone who watched the bargaining and lent their support.

We still have work to do to change the Career contract system. We will keep you informed of the progress we are making. We anticipate asking membership to ratify an agreement on a new system in fall.

Again, thank you for your participation and activism; we will need to continue to stand and work together in the coming months. Bargaining resumes in January with additional challenges coming our way. Please feel free to reach out with any questions as we approach fall term.

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3 Responses to Faculty Union votes 461 to 34 to extend $20M line of credit to improvident UO Administration

  1. Anonymous says:

    I this like 416 NTTF
    46 TTF

    45% voter turnout?

  2. thedude says:

    Not even a quorum….the union wanted a quick vote, and to make sure people didn’t read the fine print.

    Meanwhile Critobal will enjoy relaxing in the fall on 80 percent of 3m.

    • uomatters says:

      Come on. The Union held multiple town halls, answered every question they could, and sent out plenty of emails during this whole process. Some might even say a surfeit of emails.

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