Thirteen labor union representatives, including six from foreign countries, are enrolled in the Business School's 10th annual Trade Unions program, the university announced recently.
Thi brings the total to 117 of union members who have participated in the course since its beginning in 1942. The 12-week program attempts to give union executives the same type of training offered to men in government service or business administration.
German, French, Beigian, Dutch, and Norwegian union men are all participating this year, as well as seven United States representatives. Their positions in organizations run all the way from local union official to vice-president of an international union.