Pitt Faculty Members Vote to Unionize

by Frank Sparks News/Program Director
07:13 AM
(Pittsburgh, Pa.) Faculty members at the University of Pittsburgh have voted to unionize.
Seventy-one percent of workers who voted said “yes” to unionize with the United Steelworkers. It comes after more than two years of delays and legal challenges and will now be one of the largest new unions in America, totaling about 3,300 faculty members.

Next they will be negotiating their first contract with the Pitt administration.