Labor Management Relations

Topic Leader: Peter Berg

There is a growing consensus in our research community that America needs a new labor policy that better supports workers' voices and freedom of association and that promotes labor-management practices capable of achieving high rates of innovation, productivity and wage growth.

 

This research cluster takes stock of the nation’s labor laws and discusses the range of options that are being advanced to reform, modernize, and transform labor-management relations policies and practices in ways that better match the needs and aspirations of today’s workforce and employers.

 

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Employment Policy Research Network (A member-driven project of the Labor and Employment Relations Association)

121 Labor and Employment Relations Bldg.

 

121 LER Building

504 East Armory Ave.

Champaign, IL 61820

 

The EPRN began with generous grants from the Rockefeller, Russell Sage, and Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundations

 

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