Archive: Public Sector
Community and Labor Organizers Plot to Bargain for Racial Justice
Attendees of the three-day conference converged at the old National Labor College, which has been renovated as the Tommy Douglas Conference Center. The gathering was hosted by a steering committee of representatives from labor and community organizations and convened by Georgetown’s Kalmanovitz Initiative for Labor and the Working Poor, the Rutgers School of Management Labor Relations’ Center for Innovation in Worker Organization, and the Action Center on Race and the Economy.
Categories: Bargaining for the Common Good, Events
WCP: Is the Worst Yet to Come for Unions?
Union membership and power in the public sector have been steadily decreasing for decades, but recent court challenges and an influx of right-to-work laws are about to make a bad trend even worse. In
Category: Visiting Scholars