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John Remington

Professor Emeritus
Center for Human Resources and Labor Studies

Education

  • AB 1964
    Gustavus Adolphus College

  • MA 1965
    Univ. of Wyoming

  • PhD 1975
    Univ. of Michigan

Expertise

  • Collective bargaining and industrial relations
  • Human resources management
  • Labor arbitration
  • Labor education/labor studies
  • Employment law issues: labor education, non-traditional workplaces and workers
  • Comparative Labor Relations in Eastern Europe, South American and the Caribbean

Selected Works

  • "Labor Management Cooperation in the Construction Industry," Labor Studies Journal, 1994.
  • "Labor-Education as a Method of Enhancing Employee Rights," Employee Rights and Responsibilities, 1991.
  • "The Impact of Evaluation on Professional Standards," Labor Studies Forum, 1998.
  • "Louisville Labor: Strike City Revisited," with Laubengayer, R. and Koebel, C., Urban Resources, 1987.
  • "Quality of Worklife Programs: Employee Involvement and Technological Change," with Ryan, T. and Gettlefinger, R., Urban Resources, 1985.
  • "Bargaining for Survival in Higher Education," Labor Studies Journal, 2002.

Current Activities

Administrative Appointments

  • Director of Research, Labor Education Service

Scholarly Service

  • Omicron Delta Sigma
  • Panelist, American Arbitration Association, Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, National Mediation Board, Minnesota Bureau of Mediation Services
  • Permanent Arbitrator, Coal Arbitration Service
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