If You’re Angry — Get Active Now!
By now you have heard about Rutgers’ unfair tactics in giving a raise to managers and other non-unionized members while denying the fact that it cannot spend hundred’s of millions in cash savings on the unionized workforce. Meanwhile, Rutgers has refused to remove harmful “subject to” language that allows it to freeze your wages. Help us educate other members around these important contract issues by participating in the phone banking.
Member-to-Member Phone Banks on Every Campus:
Lunchtime Every Day – Noon – 2 pm
Click here for locations and to RSVP: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1FZI331wli0QHq48j-QWQYlo7EH0zKVQxYWv_tF7oP2w/viewform
(“In Case You Missed It” for the middle-aged among us)
Professor Howard Bunsis has updated his review of Rutgers’ financial statements. He finds the university in excellent health, and still adding to the unrestricted reserves that could easily provide fair salaries for faculty and staff.
Read the newest report here: http://www.ura-aft.org/topics/2014-contract/2014/rutgers-financial-update
Register Now for LEARN Classes
A division of Rutgers’ Department of Labor Studies and Employment Relations, Labor Education and Research Now (LEARN) offers a wide range of noncredit and continuing education training programs for union members and management representatives, as well as the organizations and professions that are associated with these groups. If you are a signed union member and are interested in attending any of the below LEARN programs for this upcoming Spring semester please contact the URA office at 732-745-0300 or firstname.lastname@example.org for scholarship information.