ERIC Number: ED056641
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Mar-9
Reference Count: 0
An Impartial Review of Collective Bargaining by University Faculties.
Michigan State Univ., East Lansing. Faculty Affairs Committee.
This report on collective bargaining in universities is divided into 7 sections. Section I contains the questions asked and responses from persons in universities that: (1) have collective bargaining contracts; and (2) have organized for collective bargaining but contracts have not been fully negotiated. The questions concern the date the contract was negotiated; what the bargaining agent or unit is, how its representatives are selected, etc. Section II concerns potential collective bargaining organizations at Michigan State University (MSU) and questions and responses of MSU chief administrative officers concerning collective bargaining. Section III contains interviews with 2 MSU professors of Labor and Industrial Relations. Section IV has information on the current status of collective bargaining at other Big Ten Universities. Section V contains responses from a limited number of members of the Michigan legislature concerning collective bargaining. Section VI presents a procedure for the selection or rejection of a bargaining agent. Section VII presents some general information, including a list of colleges and universities involved in collective bargaining; excerpts from existing contracts; other subjects in the contracts; a history of salary increases in Michigan public schools and at MSU; some pertinent information on collective bargaining; and the situation at New York University. (AF)
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Michigan State Univ., East Lansing. Faculty Affairs Committee.
Identifiers: Michigan State University