Critics blast WMU over treatment of employees during coronavirus closure (MLive)

Employees considered non-essential were sent home, on paid leave to keep their income, at least temporarily.

In the wake of Western Michigan University’s decision to close its doors, leaving many on the university’s staff without work, union representatives are speaking out, faculty are fundraising for unemployed colleagues and many are taking to social media to criticize university leaders.

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