Thanks to all who responded to our “pre -bargaining” poll. It is essential that we know what faculty think before we engage with our Administration. On salary issues, respondents are mostly concerned with Market Equity and Cost of Living issues. Protecting our health care and retirement plans are also important issues.
Bargaining will begin in late February. If the Legislature does its work, we hope to have a contract ready to ratify by the end of the academic year. We will keep faculty apprised of our progress during the bargaining process and, as always, will be asking for your input as we go.
Full poll results may be accessed at the links below:
With comments: http://www.uff-fsu.org/art/UFF-FSU-Fall2015PollResponsesN428Comments.pdf
Thanks to the hundreds who responded. A reminder that the UFF bargains for the entire faculty. We need to know what you think! We also need your support. The more members we have, the more effective our bargaining is going to be.
THE GENERAL MOOD
After recovering from lows in 2009 after faculty cuts, satisfaction and morale have flattened over the last three years. Very few (14%) feel that loyalty to the University is returned, and that faculty members are sufficiently rewarded for their efforts (24%). A large majority (73%) feel that administrators have inappropriately high salaries when compared with faculty. Everyone agrees this needs to change.
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Hundreds of faculty members responded to our 2014 UFF-FSU Faculty Poll.
A summary version of the report can be found at: http://www.uff-fsu.org/art/FacPollApr2014NCPost.pdf
An expanded edition of the report that includes faculty comments that help to clarify and elaborate upon the quantitative results can be found at: http://www.uff-fsu.org/art/FacPollApr2014Post.pdf
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Bar charts based on data from our April faculty poll are now available showing college/unit averages for selected variables. Results are shown only for the 10 college/units with 10 more faculty responses in our poll. You can find the charts (and underlying data) at:
Bargaining for our 2013-16 Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) resumes tomorrow. Both teams hope to build on the productive momentum established in last week’s opening session.
UFF-FSU representatives will meet with President Barron, Provost Stokes, and other BOT representatives next week in a consultation meeting (see Article 2 of the CBA).
Hundreds of faculty members responded to the 2013 UFF-FSU Faculty Poll. Preliminary tabulations are available at:
An expanded edition of the of the report that includes faculty comments that help to clarify and elaborate upon the quantitative results can be found at:
More detailed results by college/unit and department/unit will be forthcoming for units for which the number of responses is enough to assure anonymity.
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