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Collective Representation and Worker Voice
Teaching Essential Negotiation Skills
The Scheinman Institute's work with the American Federation of Teachers has helped the AFT develop confident and effective leadership who have a comprehensive understanding of collective bargaining as a tool for positive change.
Beyond Resilience… How Collective Bargaining Creates Conditions For A Sustainable Positive Work Environment
Director of Healthcare and Partner Programs John August explores strategies that organizations can use to foster a positive work environment post pandemic.
Labor and Employment Law Program Hosts New NLRB Chairman, Lauren McFerran
The Labor and Employment Law Program recently held a webinar, “A Conversation with NLRB Chairman Lauren McFerran.” Respondents were former NLRB Chairman Philip A. Miscimarra, Partner at Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP, who represents management, and Alyson Belovin, Partner at Levy Ratner PC, who represents unions.
Unions’ Support for Precarious Workers Explored
Research by Laura Carver, M.S. '20, and Associate Professor Virginia Doellgast published by "European Journal of Industrial Relations."
Profile of a Platform-Worker
Profile of a platform worker Espen Utne Landgraff, who lives and works in Oslo, Norway by journalist E. Tammy Kim.
The Expansion and Implications of Various Forms of Collective Representation in the United States
Director Harry Katz's farewell address as President of the Labor Employment Relations Association.