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‘A Recipe for Instability’ As Multiple Harvard Unions to Seek Contracts Amid Pandemic

By Allison G. Lee
In the midst of a global pandemic, Harvard will be negotiating contracts with five of its unions this year. Given those unprecedented circumstances, union members believe contract provisions regarding health and safety, job security, and compensation will take priority, and bargaining may take place remotely. Despite the constraints and hardships COVID-19 poses on a temporary basis, its alterations to contract negotiations will likely have a lasting impact.

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