Monday, April 24, 2017

Resident Advisers Gain the Right to Unionize

The Chronicle of Higher Education
By Peter Schmidt
April 21, 2017

George Washington U./ Getty Images
The right to unionize has been extended to resident advisers at private colleges, thanks to a National Labor Relations Board officer's decision involving George Washington University.

The unprecedented ruling, by Sean R. Marshall, acting regional director of the NLRB's Baltimore office, could open the door to efforts to unionize resident advisers and other undergraduate employees throughout private higher education.

Read the full article at The Chronicle of Higher Education's website here.


No comments:

Post a Comment

To eliminate spam comments at restricted to registered users. Additionally, all posts are moderated to further prevent spam and off topic discourse. We strive to post all on topic comments.