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UofM Lecturers’ Union Wins Big on Salary Minimums and More

Following nine months of negotiations, the University of Michigan Lecturers’ Employee Organization approved a three-year contract with  96.6%  of union members voting to ratify. The contract outlines a rise in minimum salary to $51,000 by the 2023-24 academic year for lecturers on all three of the university’s campuses.

Many lecturers expect an over $12,000 increase to their salary thanks to this contract.

Other wins include benefits, longevity raises, increased job security, enhanced sick pay, title changes, and annual raises.

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