Category Archives: Trends in Labor-Management Relations

Updates: Labor-Management Networking, CALMC Video Presentations, Labor Helping the Community, CALMC Membership Meeting, and a Quote.

Several months ago, we wrote about the need to use labor-management committees for economic development purposes.  We explained labor-management committees provide an opportunity for labor, management and other leaders to discuss issues that can impact workers and employers.  That is … Continue reading

Posted in CALMC, Columbus Area Labor-Management Committee, Employee Engagement, Employee Involvement, Employee Training, Labor-Management Committees, Labor-Management Cooperation, Teamwork, Trends in Labor-Management Relations | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Is the Pendulum Swinging Back?

We have seen a significant shift in power in labor-management relationships over the last 20 years. It has served to unlevel the playing field and disrupt cooperative efforts. Now, there are signs that a shift in power may be starting. … Continue reading

Posted in CALMC, Columbus Area Labor-Management Committee, Labor-Management Cooperation, Right to Organize, Trends in Labor-Management Relations | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment