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Access to Unemployment Insurance Benefits for Contingent Faculty: A Manual for Applicants and a Strategy to Gain
Full Rights to Benefits.
By Joe Berry, Beverly Stewart, and Helena Worthen.
Though many contingent faculty members have no assurance of continued employment, they are often denied unemployment benefits between academic terms. This guidebook, published by the Chicago Coalition of Contingent Academic Labor with financial assistance from the AAUP, offers advice for individual contingent faculty members about filing for unemployment and discusses strategies that can be used by faculty organizations and their allies at the local, state, and national levels to make benefits more accessible to contingent academic laborers. The guidebook’s text can also be downloaded from the Chicago COCAL Web site: www.chicagococal.org.
Paychecks: A Guide to Conducting Salary-Equity Studies
for Higher Education Faculty, 2nd ed.
By Lois Haignere.
2002. (105 pp.)
$10.75 AAUP member price.
$20.75 Nonmember price.
Paychecks is a resource for those who
want to investigate bias in faculty salaries or interpret the results
of other studies. The new expanded edition of Paychecks describes
ways to detect gender and race bias among faculty in the same rank,
select a salary-equity consultant, remedy bias when it is found, and
accomplish other tasks related to ensuring equity in faculty salaries.
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