Genifer Snipes, University of Oregon
Connie Strittmatter, Fitchburg State University
Emily Da Silva, University of Ottowa
Carmen Orth Alfie, University of Kansas
Hiromi Kubo, California State University Fresno
Lucky Heckman, St. John's University
Jordan Nielsen, San Francisco State University
Helen Kula, University of Toronto Mississauga
Aliqae Geraci, Cornell University
Phoebe Dickson, Drexel University
Kelly LaVoice, Cornell University
The term "labor relations" refers to the relationship between employers and groups of employees, usually labor unions, and the surrounding legal, social, and economic context that informs it. The resources in this guide encompass labor relations in both the public and private sector.
This guide is a collaboration between BRASS and the AFL-CIO/ALA Labor Committee.
Founded in 1946, the AFL-CIO/ALA Labor Commitee is a joint committee of the American Library Association and the AFL-CIO, located within RUSA. The Labor Committee's mission is to initiate, develop, and foster, through the organizational structures of the ALA and the AFL-CIO, ways and means of effecting closer cooperation between librarian and labor organizations and the large constituency represented by the labor organizations.
For help in navigating the specialized vocabulary used by labor relations practitioners, see the following guides:
Includes the following groups:
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