“Things are extremely polarized in terms of union organizing. Any attempt is going to be very contentious.”
-- Hamline University employment-law professor David Larson to the Minnesota Daily on the national atmosphere around union organizing -- just as the U's graduate assistants vote this week on whether they'll form a union.
Some bits from my prior coverage:
An unofficial majority has said it wants a union;
A state legislator criticizes the U for how it has portrayed the unionization drive;
A back-and-forth on organization methods; and
What I tweeted from December's unionization forum.
Before you keep reading ...
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