CIHLER roundtable brings labor and management together

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D. Taylor speaks at the 2015 Labor and Management Roundtable

Work rules in union contracts were a key focus of the roundtable produced this year by the Cornell Institute for Hospitality Labor & Employment Relations (CIHLER). As explained by roundtable chair David Sherwyn, the 2015 Labor and Management Roundtable could be considered a historic entry in the roundtable series.

He said: "For the first time in the 15 years that the School of Hotel Administration (SHA) has been hosting roundtables, this April 20, 2015, event included participants from both unions and management. This led to a cooperative and constructive discussion of how to improve labor contracts." A professor of law at SHA, Sherwyn is the John and Melissa Ceriale Professor of Hospitality Human Resources, CIHLER Director, and a Stephen H. Weiss Presidential Fellow...read more.

 

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