Tag: Labor Relations

Would America Be Better Off With More Strikes?

Would America Be Better Off With More Strikes?
By September 10, 2012 Read More →

By: Michele Vincent Chris Rhomberg, an associate professor of sociology at Fordham University wrote an article today on CNN.com proclaiming that America would be better off both economically and politically with more strikes. “During the 1970′s, an average of 289 major work stoppages involving 1,000 or more workers occured anually in the United States. By the 1990′s, that […]

Posted in: Labor Dispute, Poll, Strike

Tomorrow’s Guest Blogger: Jane McNiven, J.D.

Tomorrow’s Guest Blogger: Jane McNiven, J.D.
By January 18, 2011 Read More →

Jane McNiven has worked as a consultant for small and large business for 11 years at JM Enterprises. Currently, she is providing Human Resources Consulting in Chicago and throughout the United States on topics including union avoidance, labor contract interpretation, policies and procedures, outsourcing evaluations, action planning, training and a multitude of other HR functions. […]

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