Robert Chiaravalli discusses the UAW attempt to organize VW in the United States and its implications
Robert Chiaravalli discusses the legal and business implications of the recently enacted Right to Work legislation in Michigan
Robert Chiaravalli appears on the TV show “Autoline Detroit” to discuss the
upcoming negotiations between the UAW and the Detroit Three. The show is
also available at http://www.autolinedetroit.tv/show/1522.
James Hoffa was the guest speaker at the October 27, 2010 meeting of the Labor & Employment Relations Association (LERA). His speech can be viewed in its entirety at ttp://www.clas.wayne.edu/labor/Hoffa2.html.
Robert Chiaravalli appears on the TV show “Autoline Detroit” to discuss the future of the UAW and labor relations in the auto industry. The show is available in its entirety at http://www.autolinedetroit.tv/show/1425.
Robert Chiaravalli’s workshop on structured innovation in labor relations appears in Michigan Labor-Management Association Newsletter
Robert Chiaravalli’s article on structured innovation in labor relations describes how companies and unions can make quantum improvements not only in operational process improvement, but also how the labor-management relationship can benefit from innovation in its own processes. The article is based on the workshop Mr. Chiaravalli presented at the Annual Conference of the Michigan Labor-Management Association in April 2010.
Robert Chiaravalli organized and chaired the “Plenary Session Auto Crisis and Revitalization: The Roles of Labor, Management, and Government when Labor Markets, Product Markets, and Financial Markets Collide” at the National Policy Forum of the Labor and Employment Relations Association in Washington, D.C. Included on the panel were Steve Girsky (currently Vice Chairman of General Motors), Bob King (President of the UAW), Marty Mulloy (Vice President of Labor Affairs for Ford Motor Company), Thomas Klier (Sr. Economist at the Chicago Federal Reserve) and Susan Helper (Professor of Economics at Case Western University). Mr. Chiaravalli’s comments and those of the other panelist can be view in their entirety at http://www.lera.uiuc.edu/meetings/npf/NPF2009/sessions.html.