Pro-Union Ruling Turns Fears of Boston-Area Colleges into Reality
The article, “Pro-Union Ruling Turns Fears of Boston-area Colleges into Reality,” featured in the Boston Business Journal, discussed how a government agency’s decision to grant teaching assistants the right to unionize comes as a blow to Harvard University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and other schools concerned that labor negotiations will interfere with students’ education.
Joe Ambash weighed in on the decision.
“It’s a sweeping decision,” said Joe, who wrote a brief in the case on behalf of Harvard, MIT and others that opposed the challenge. “With the stroke of a pen, the NLRB basically transformed our nation’s colleges and universities from strictly educational institutions into mere workplaces.”
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