Tag: Lockout

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

Labor Dispute Management Services or Union Busting – A Pragmatic Perspective to Protecting U.S. Jobs

Labor Dispute Management Services or Union Busting – A Pragmatic Perspective to Protecting U.S. Jobs
By August 10, 2011 Read More →

As a long standing provider of Labor Dispute Management Services, our team at MADI is always combing media and the web looking for issues and trends regarding Labor Disputes, Human Resources, Labor Laws and Regulations and the like. Over the past weekend, LaborUnionReport.com‘s Peter List tweeted about this article in the Star Tribune (Minneapolis) that […]

Posted in: Labor Dispute, Lockout

Welcome to MADI’s new blog!

Welcome to MADI’s new blog!
By December 22, 2010 Read More →

Good morning, and welcome to our new Blog! We are very excited about being able to connect with you on a more informal basis. If you have received calls from MADI, there is a good chance you have heard my voice or spoken with me already. My name is Michele and I am a member […]

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