Unions matter! Don’t take our word for it, look at the data: NEA_Salary Isssue19
“THE UNION DIFFERENCE: Faculty at public institutions with bargaining agreements earned about $7,800 more than those teaching at institutions without contracts (Table 4). The largest advantage was seen in community colleges, where faculty with collective bargaining agreements earned nearly $19,000 more than their colleagues who teach without a union contract in the same states.”
We appreciate your support and membership in FUSA. Without it, it is clear faculty at HCC would not have made the gains in salary and favorable working conditions that we enjoy today.
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