Structural Reform in Higher Education Collective Bargaining

Structural Reform in Higher Education Collective Bargaining

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Structural reform in higher education collective bargaining is examined in these conference proceedings, along with recent state bargaining legislation, and legal, union, and management views concerning sex discrimination in higher education. The 19 article topics and authors include: the problem of reshaping the fringe package (Claude Campbell); cafeteria or flexible benefit plans (Jerry Veldof); whether tenure is an obstacle to reform (Dena Elliott Benson) and (Margaret Schmid); concession bargaining (Michael B. Rosen); concession bargaining in historical perspective (Irwin Yellowitz); concession bargaining at Monmouth College (Philip C. Donahue); merit pay (Ted Hollander, Judith Turnbull) and (J. N. Musto); comparable worth practice in Minnesota (Nina Rothchild); sex discrimination overview (Bernice Resnick Sandler); emerging case law of sex discrimination (Judith Vladeck) and (Mike Cecere); statistical issues in discrimination litigation (Mary W. Gray); grievance claims (Jennie Farley); the status of Ohio's Public Employee Bargaining Law (D. Benson); the status of Illinois' Educational Labor Relations Act (Margaret Schmid); research on finance and environments at 93 colleges and implications for collective bargaining (Richard E. Anderson); and research on interpretive strategy and institutional vitality (Ellen Earle Chaffee). (SW)Proceedings, Twelfth Annual Conference, April, 1984 Joel M. Douglas ... FINANCIAL ANALYSIS A. Campus Finances Total enrollments and the enrollments at most institutions rose rapidly during the early part of the 1970a#39;s and then leveled offanbsp;...

Title:Structural Reform in Higher Education Collective Bargaining
Author:Joel M. Douglas
Publisher:National Center for the Study of - 1985


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