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Labor@Wayne, established in January 2009, aspires to be an international leader in research, education, and outreach to promote high-standard workplaces through effective union representation. It houses the Douglas A. Fraser Center for Workplace Issues, Labor Studies Center, Master of Arts in Employment and Labor Relations, and Labor Studies undergraduate major. Located in the Reuther Library at Wayne State University, which was built by the United Auto Workers, Labor@Wayne sponsors conferences and events to bring labor, business, government, and community leaders together to meet the workplace challenges of our times.

Our goal is to help you achieve yours!

How Labor Arbitration Works: The Case of the Contaminated Kitchen

This video covers the labor arbitration process from beginning to end. We use real professionals in the field to play the roles of advocates and arbitrator. 

See the introduction video for a description of the training DVD.

To purchase the DVD, go to the following link.