Category Archives: Unions

Compulsory Union II

In relation to “Compulsory Union“, Neil Remington Abramson commented as follows: When I came to Simon Fraser University as a newly minted assistant prof without tenure, I had been a private sector entrepreneur for 10 years, and was not pro … Continue reading

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Compulsory Union

Wondering if things would be better off if all non-supervisory and most supervisory employees had to belong to a union. One could vote to choose one’s union, but one had to be a member of one, no matter how small … Continue reading

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Michael Hogben

So in the midst of the suspension proceedings. Farhad Simyar saying I have arranged a meeting. Please be there. Meeting with the union person, Michael Hogben. President of the Faculty Association. Late in the day, on the Loyola campus. Gentle, … Continue reading

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Suspended Animation

Around this time in 1992, I received an urgent message from the Chair of the Accounting Department at Concordia’s John Molson School of Business, as it then was not known. He handed me a suspension notice. I was pulled out … Continue reading

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