Dispute on Votes in Northwestern Adjunct Union Election

July 21, 2016

It remains unclear whether a majority of non-tenure-track faculty members at Northwestern University this week voted to unionize with the Service Employees International Union, The Chicago Tribune reported. A preliminary count found 210 votes in favor of unionization and 146 against, but another 134 votes were challenged. The National Labor Relations Board will now determine whether a hearing is needed on the contested ballots.

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