LER Master Calendar
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What does the history of the U.S. look like when viewed from the point of view of those who built the country? The class reviews working class and labor history since the Civil War, but focuses (with films) on some key labor struggles such as the 1894 Pullman Strike; organizing in the mine and textile industries; the rise of the CIO and the autoworker sit-down strikes; the
On Thursday, November 15th, we hope you can join us for a gathering at Pinstripes in Oak Brook.
On Friday, November 15th, LER will be hosting our annual fall luncheon at Lloyds Chicago at One South Wacker, S Wacker Dr, Chicago, IL 60606. Lunch will be served at 12pm and we encourage everyone to arrive at 11:30am.
This class introduces the student to the process and content of collective bargaining. It addresses among other items the legal obligations to bargain, mandatory and permissible subjects of bargaining, types of bargaining relationships, styles of bargaining and takes the student thorough multiple stages of labor negotiations. The class also examines the critical informatio