Contemporary Labor Issues (LS264)

The focus of this course is two-fold: on the one hand, to discuss the revitalization of the labor movement and, on the other, to examine the context in which this revitalization must occur. Among the subjects to be covered are the changing nature of work, workers, and workplaces; the state of American unions and union members; the globalization of business and labor; tensions between private sector and public sector.

Instructor 
Arthur Wheaton is an industry education specialist based in the Cornell University ILR School office in Buffalo, New York. He is a former AFSCME union steward and local union executive board member. Art has more than 15 years experience as a labor educator teaching collective bargaining, negotiations, and conflict resolution for unions and management. He also has extensive expertise in international labor union and management research and is a resource person of the ILO and the European Foundation Living and Working Conditions. Art has a master’s degree in Labor Relations and Human Resources.

Sep 28-Dec 7, 20156:00 am - 11:00 pm
On-Line, OLOL
United States

Instructors

Art Wheaton Jr

Art Wheaton, Director, Western NY Labor and Environmental ProgramsArthur Wheaton is an industry education specialist based in the Cornell University ILR School office in Buffalo, New York. He is a former AFSCME union steward and local union executive board member. Art has more than 15 years experience as a labor educator teaching collective bargaining, negotiations, and conflict resolution for unions and management. He also has extensive expertise in international labor union and management research and is a resource person of the ILO and the European Foundation Living and Working Conditions. Art has a master’s degree in Labor Relations and Human Resources.

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