Monthly Archives: September 2014

Has Labor-Management Cooperation Gone Away?

This week a strike situation started in one of the school districts in central Ohio. Workplace Issues Today(http://www.ilr.cornell.edu/library/research/worldofWorkNews/wit/index.html) from Cornell University’s Industrial Labor Relations Department has reported about strikes occurring all over the globe. Yesterday WIT reported Cambodian garment workers … Continue reading

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Leadership Is Needed

There were some stories coming out about the Market Basket grocery chain that made it sound like the popularity of Artie T. was a little overblown but after watching a news clip on his return to one of the grocery … Continue reading

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CALMC On-Line Updates

This week, we want to mention some changes in how you can access CALMC and our services at your convenience. We have been working on our web site and our CALMC On Demand training. We are in the process of … Continue reading

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The 14th Annual CALMC Golf Outing

Our 14th Annual Golf Outing was last Friday, September 5. We had a great turnout that took advantage of a nice day to play golf and network with other labor and management leaders. You can check out the pictures from … Continue reading

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Labor Day – Remembering the Importance of Workers and Unions

As I am writing this, it is Labor Day in the United States. The holiday is supposed to celebrate the contribution of American workers to the success of the nation. In doing so, we also should remember the role of … Continue reading

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