Category Archives: Trends in Labor-Management Relations

What is Behind Wage Stagnation?

Last time, we wrote about the positive impact on wages created by unions, even for non-union workers. This time, we will look at a less positive trend involving earnings. We will start with some good news. In Ohio, as in … Continue reading

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

2018 – Trends Impacting Labor, Management, and the Workplace in 2018 – Part Two

A couple of weeks ago we looked at some of the trends that we believe will impact labor and management in 2018. This time we want to consider trends that will impact the workplace in general. Employment will increase in … Continue reading

Posted in CALMC, Columbus Area Labor-Management Committee, Communications, Employee Engagement, Employee Involvement, Employee Training, Labor-Management Cooperation, Managing Change, Teamwork, Trends in Labor-Management Relations, Worker Voice | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

2018 – Trends Impacting Labor, Management, and the Workplace in 2018 – Part One

Every year, one of the most read posts on our blog predicts trends in Labor-Management relations and collective bargaining. A couple of weeks ago, we reviewed on our ideas for 2017. This week, we will begin to look at the … Continue reading

Posted in CALMC, Columbus Area Labor-Management Committee, Communications, Conflict Resolution, Data-Based Decision Making, Employee Engagement, Employee Involvement, Labor-Management Cooperation, Problem Solving, Right to Organize, Trends in Labor-Management Relations, Worker Voice | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

How Did We Do? – A Look Back At Our Predictions About Workplace Trends in 2017

Once again, one of the most popular post on our blog this year predicted trends in Labor-Management relations and collective bargaining for 2017. This week, we will take a look back and see how we did before offering our thoughts … Continue reading

Posted in CALMC, Columbus Area Labor-Management Committee, Communications, Conflict Resolution, Employee Engagement, Employee Involvement, Employee Training, Labor-Management Committees, Labor-Management Cooperation, Systemic change, Trends in Labor-Management Relations | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

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