University of La Verne Adjuncts’ NLRB Complaints Dismissed for Lack of Merit

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by Imani Tate A union’s failed attempt to organize University of La Verne adjunct professors has prompted increased dialogue and let university officials resume projects that had to be halted when the union began its organizing efforts on the main campus last fall. On Aug. 1, the national office of the National Labor Relations Board formally notified ULV Chief Human Resources Officer Jody Bomba that it had dismissed for lack of merit six complaints filed by the Service Employees International Union claiming university interference with union organizing and harassment and punishment of proponents. The national NLRB’s decision upheld the July 30, […]
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