Ohio schools look at trading adjuncts amid concerns over health care

05/7/2013 | InsideHigherEd.com

The University of Akron is discussing with other institutions the idea of sharing adjunct professors to mitigate the effects of the Affordable Care Act, which will require employers, beginning next year, to provide health insurance to employees who work 30 hours per week. The idea is for adjuncts to spread their hours by working less than 30 hours at several different colleges. Critics such as Matt Williams, of the adjunct group New Faculty Majority, contends the arrangement could be a violation of federal law.

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