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AAUP Amicus Brief Fights Corporate Model at Universities

Universities have become increasingly corporatized, and the significant expansion of university administration has seriously eroded faculty authority to control or make effective recommendations about university policy. 400 more words

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Jan. 17 marks 56 years for collective bargaining and Executive Order 10988

If you walk around Metropolitan State on Wednesday, Jan. 17, you might notice a lot more staff and faculty with shirts or buttons calling out their various bargaining units: Inter Faculty Organization (IFO); Minnesota Association of Professional Employees (MAPE); American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, Council 5 (AFSCME Council 5); Middle Management Association (MMA); and Minnesota State University Association of Administrative Service Faculty (MSUAAF). 247 more words

Faculty & Staff

Analysis of the National Hockey League's "Career Ending Disability Policy"

The National Hockey League’s Career Ending Disability Policy can be found in Article 23.3 of the league’s Collective Bargaining Agreement under “Insurance Coverages”. It outlines the risks of playing professional hockey, as understood by the players and owners alike; as the CBA is an amalgamation of the two parties’ ideals. 309 more words

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2017 Ending With A Bang: Obama Era NLRB “Micro Unit” Ruling Reversed

Contributed by Jeffrey Risch, December 22, 2017

2017 is coming to an end, and with somewhat of a Bang! for labor relations moving forward under Trump’s NLRB.  487 more words

National Labor Relations Board

Employers Score Major Win as Predicted Changes at National Labor Relations Board Start to Come True

Scott F. Cooper

On Thursday, December 14, 2017, employers scored a significant victory at the National Labor Relations Board. The Board, in a straight 3-2 partisan vote, reversed its 2015 decision in… 432 more words

Strategic Counseling

NLRB Chairman Miscimarra’s Last Stand – Bye-Bye “Micro Units”

Jason E. Reisman

Well, I was wrong. In my last post, I said that it looked like the “quickie election” rules were up next for the National Labor Relations Board to address. 393 more words

Collective Bargaining