Christine Y. Cahill
Students and members of the Harvard University Security, Parking, and Museum Guard Union rallied outside of Widener Library on Monday to call attention to the union’s ongoing contract negotiations with the University.
Eleven months after negotiations began and nine months after their contract expired, representatives from the Harvard University Police Association expressed continued frustration with the stalled progress in their conversations with the University.
Around 25 Harvard employees and students gathered in front of the Holyoke Center on Tuesday afternoon to protest what they allege to be the discriminatory layoffs of three workers at University Financial Services.
Employees of the Harvard-owned DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Boston filed charges of unfair labor practices on Wednesday alleging that management illegally interfered with their unionization process. The charges, filed with the National Labor Relations Board, follow a March petition by workers that announced their intention to begin the process of deciding whether or not to join UNITE HERE! Local 26, the state branch of a national union that represents more than 250,000 workers.
Members of the Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers voted to ratify their new contract on Tuesday, marking the official end of the union’s longest ever negotiations with the University.
The U.S. District Court of Massachusetts denied Harvard’s request last week to try a class-action lawsuit in federal court filed against the University by the wait staff at Loeb House and the Harvard Faculty Club.
Workers from the Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers stood in front of Mass Hall one last time Tuesday to celebrate the conclusion of the union’s longest ever negotiations with the University.
A delegation of workers at the Harvard-owned DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Boston presented hotel management with a petition Monday delcaring worker intentions to start the process of considering unionization.
The Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers and the University reached a tentative agreement on the details of a new contract, ending the longest negotiations in the union’s history.
In the first union rally to ever take place in Memorial Church, the Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers gathered with supporters on Thursday afternoon to bring attention to its ongoing contract negotiations.
A group of sixteen members of the Service Employees International Union Local 615 voiced support for the Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers’ position in its contract negotiations in a letter sent to University President Drew G. Faust and Deputy Director of Labor Relations Susannah P. Scannell last Thursday.
The Cambridge City Council passed a resolution last Monday night declaring its support for the Harvard Union of Technical and Clerical Workers as the union continues its ongoing negotiations with the University.
Student activists and members of Harvard’s various unions gathered in front of Massachusetts Hall Tuesday to show their support for the Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers during what have become the longest contract negotiations between the University and HUCTW in history.
Members of the Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers and student supporters protested outside of Massachusetts Hall all day on Tuesday to urge the University to agree to favorable terms in continuing contract negotiations.
Four students will spend this winter break in Tanzania, applying their computer science skills to the improvement of health infrastructure for clinics and hospitals.