Harvard’s student unionization effort could come to an end at the hands of Republican appointees to the National Labor Relations Board, one of a number of ways experts say the years-long movement could stall.
The ruling is the latest development in the drawn-out legal saga between the University and the union organizers since the initial election in November 2016.
Harvard filed an appeal with the National Labor Relations Board Wednesday, contesting a ruling that recommended the University should hold a re-vote.
Dozens of Harvard affiliates rallied on the steps of Widener Library Monday advocating for workers’ and immigrants’ rights.
Even before the National Labor Relations Board has finalized its decision, student union organizers at Harvard are preparing to launch another unionization campaign.
252 ballots remain under challenge from an election that could determine the fate of Harvard’s student unionization effort.
Both parties' briefs address two main issues: challenged ballots and allegations of an unfair election.
After months of negotiations, Harvard and a union represent Harvard University Police Department officers have agreed on a new contract..
An ongoing National Labor Relations Board hearing that could determine the fate of Harvard’s student unionization effort may soon turn to the formal objections filed by both union organizers and the University.
As Harvard's unionization effort faces an NLRB hearing, a parallel effort at Yale has progressed through a more piecemeal approach.
In the second day of hearings, lawyers from Harvard and the union effort continued to contest which ballots should be counted in the election.
Graduate student Laura Correa Ochoa reads a petition to be delivered on Tuesday afternoon to the office of Harvard’s President Drew Faust. Members of the Harvard Graduate Students’ Union wrote the petition asking for greater protections of international students, faculty, and employees, as well as undocumented students, affiliated with Harvard.