Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Berklee College's Class Cancellations Broke Labor Law, Judge Says - Faculty - The Chronicle of Higher Education

The Berklee College of Music violated federal labor law by failing to involve its faculty union in a decision to eliminate classes with low enrollments, a National Labor Relations Board judge has ruled.
In a decision published on Tuesday by the NLRB, the administrative-law judge, Susan A. Flynn, held that the private, undergraduate college in Boston had engaged in unfair labor practices under the National Labor Relations Act by failing to bargain with its faculty union over the impact of a new policy setting minimum class enrollments.
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Berklee College's Class Cancellations Broke Labor Law, Judge Says - Faculty - The Chronicle of Higher Education

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