Sunday, February 24, 2013
Unionization creates an adversarial relationship between faculty and administration, and among faculty
Unionization is inherently adversarial. Unionized universities, in comparison to non-unionized universities, tend to have more adversarial relationships between the faculty and the administration, as well as more strained inter-faculty relationships. The evidence and reasons are reviewed by Wickens (Higher Ed., 2008), available here. (This article is available on-line through the MSU library).