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Setting policies and procedures on labor and employment relations usually veers into politics. EPRN steers clear of politics by focusing on the research-based information need for policy-makers, unions, and management. 150 renown researchers and practitioners in a wide variety of fields lend their expertise to EPRN .

  • Need one expert? Click the 'Researcher' button and narrow your search.
  • Need opinions from a many experts? Start a discussion in one of many topic groups.
  • Need to stay current? Follow one or all of the bloggers.

The EPRN started with generous support from the Rockefeller, Russell Sage, and Ewing Marion Kauffman foundations and sustained by the Labor and Employment Relations Association (LERA) as part of their mission of advancing workplace relations.

Visit www.leraweb.org to learn more about LERA and start your membership.

Voices from twitter

#unions   #LERA   #mediation

Throughout ERPN, various twitter feeds cover a variety topics. These voices come from a wide variety of sources acting as a counterpoint to the EPRN network of experts providing the full picture of facts and opinions on a topic.

"We will not change in matters of policy until such time as dialogue has begun."
- Aung San Suu Kyi
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The EPRN began with generous grants from the Rockefeller, Russell Sage, and Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundations


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