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One critical element of success in academic collective bargaining is understanding the legal framework under which it takes place. Knowledge of the respective legal obligations of the parties enables faculty negotiators to hold the administration accountable and to ensure that we don’t expose ourselves to legal liability. The tide has turned in many a round of bargaining when one side runs afoul of the law and is found guilty of committing an unfair labor practice.
Join us on Wednesday, February 12 from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time) for Good Faith Bargaining 101, the first in a series of webinars sponsored by the AAUP Collective Bargaining Congress that will offer chapter negotiators a grounding in the law of collective bargaining. Please note that this free webinar is offered as a benefit to members of AAUP collective bargaining chapters; you must be an AAUP member or field staff member to register. The webinar is limited to twenty-five participants.
Presenter Mike Mauer is a labor attorney who serves as senior labor advisor to the AAUP. His publications include The Union Member’s Complete Guide (Union Communication Services, 2001) and Academic Collective Bargaining (co-editor; jointly published by the AAUP and the Modern Language Association, 2006.)