In the News: Students Fight for a Living Wage for JCU Employees

In the News: Students Fight for a Living Wage for JCU Employees

The Carroll News wrote about students’ efforts to enact Just Employment Policy at John Carroll University in their February 12 article, “Students fight for a living wage for JCU employees.” Students are seeking to hold John Carroll University to its Jesuit values in regard to fair wages and treatment for all its employees. The recently initiated Jesuit Just Employment movement is led by seniors Devan Gisoni and Leo Orlando, both of whom were inspired by similar movements at other Jesuit universities. The movement aims to instate a Jesuit Just Employment Policy at JCU that requires the University to pay its employees a living wage and ensure fair treatment. Twenty-one out of the 28 Jesuit universities in the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities have just employment policies, and JCU is one of the seven that doesn’t. Read more at the Carroll...