This section focuses on innovations in arbitration, bargaining, benefits, collective bargaining, compensation, conflict resolution, and cost control. Articles on workplace conditions, employee satisfaction, grievances, incentives, industrial labor relations, interest-based bargaining, integrative bargaining, labor agreements, labor disputes, labor organization, labor-management collaboration, and labor-management cooperation are provided to highlight the important role of collective labor action. It also contains material on organizing, outsourcing, pay scales, picketing, wages, and staffing.

September 27, 2017

For decades, teachers have been paid according to seniority and educational degree level; that’s beginning to change. Lately, policymakers and education advocates have been experimenting with new tools for improving American public education, from adopting radical new pedagogical...

Innovations in American Government Awards, January 1, 2017
Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation, Harvard Kennedy School, December 15, 2015
New York Times, The, April 7, 2014