Monthly Archives: April 2013

Solving Labor-Management Problems On Our Own

Labor-management disagreements often end up in courts or before arbitrators. While these processes are supposed to provide fair, impartial solutions, things don’t always turn out that way. I believe any resolution that can be achieved by the parties is likely … Continue reading

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This Was A Tough Week

This last week, as President Obama, said, “was a tough week.” We had the Boston attacks and a fertilizer plant explosion in Texas. There was plenty of speculation in the news media about what happened with both incidents.  Before we … Continue reading

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News and Updates from CALMC

A few notes this week about labor-management cooperation, employee engagement, and this blog. We have moved – If you haven’t noticed our address change in the sidebar, we have moved our office. Our new mailing address is: CALMC 2800 South … Continue reading

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Does Your Labor-Management Committee Function as a Team?

This has been a big week in sports. For our readers outside the United States, the National Championship of college basketball is underway, and baseball season began. Why am I mentioning sports? It is because there are a number of … Continue reading

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