What are my rights and obligations as an employee? To learn more about your right to safe working conditions versus your obligation to refrain from “insubordination,” consult this UFF MEMO ... Continue Reading →
Federal law entitles you to a safe workplace. Your employer must keep your workplace free of known health and safety hazards. You have the right to speak up about hazards without fear of retaliation.& ... Continue Reading →
STATEMENT OF UNITED FACULTY OF FLORIDA — UF CHAPTER (UFF-UF) AND UF GRADUATE ASSISTANTS UNITED (GAU) AUGUST 20, 2020 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE This is a time for unity for the University of Flo ... Continue Reading →
Members of the bargaining unit of UFF-UF voted this week on the ratification of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) covering changes to working conditions for faculty at the PK Yonge Developmental Res ... Continue Reading →
The UF chapter of the United Faculty of Florida stands in solidarity with the Alachua County Education Association in its desire for a safe reopening for Alachua County Public Schools. We specif ... Continue Reading →
The United Faculty of Florida (UFF) and PK Yonge Developmental Research School (PKY) at the University of Florida have reached an agreement with the UF administration on a Memorandum of Understa ... Continue Reading →
Executive Summary The United Faculty of Florida at UF has conducted a survey among its bargaining unit in order to gauge faculty sentiments towards the reopening of UF campus in Fall 2020. 193 faculty ... Continue Reading →
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