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Union Elections Ballot Mailed

To: Non Tenure Track Faculty

Dear Colleagues,

Today the National Labor Relations Board is mailing ballots for the election that will decide whether non-tenure-track academic appointees at the University will be represented by the Service Employees International Union. As an eligible voter in this election, you should receive the ballot through the mail in the next few days.

Election Notice and Updated FAQs

To: Non Tenure Track Faculty

Dear Colleagues,

As reflected in the Notice of Election that you received yesterday, the election determining whether you will be represented by the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) will begin this Friday, Nov. 20, with the mailing of ballots from the National Labor Relations Board. The Provost's Office wanted take this opportunity to address additional questions that have arisen leading up to the election.

Update on Union Election Petition

To: Tenure Track Faculty

Dear Colleagues:

Today I provided updates to the academic appointees whom we had previously contacted concerning the petition that the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) has filed to represent part-time and full-time non-tenure-track academic appointees who teach at the University. See below for my full message to those who are eligible to vote in the upcoming election.

Update on Union Election Petition

To: Excluded Non Tenure Track Faculty

Dear Colleagues:

I am writing to inform you that you are now among the academic appointees who have been excluded from the petition that the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) has filed to represent part-time and full-time non-tenure-track academic appointees who teach at the University.

This means you will not be eligible to vote in the upcoming union representation election, and you will not be represented by SEIU, regardless of the outcome of the election.

Service Employees International Union Petition

To: Tenure Track Faculty

Dear Colleagues:

Today I wrote to part-time and full-time non-tenure-track academic appointees who teach courses at the University to officially inform them that the Service Employees International Union has filed a petition with the National Labor Relations Board seeking to represent these appointees. To keep you apprised on this issue, I have included below the communications that I sent today to these colleagues.