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Post-Pandemic Negotiations

in Education, Labor, News

Set yourself up for a positive bargaining experience by understanding the negotiations landscape as we continue to navigate the post-pandemic era.

“While some aspects of bargaining remain constant, 2023 certainly has some unique challenges in store,” according to the authors – Weston Hurd partners Megan E. Greulich and Eric J. Johnson, “From COVID-19 exhaustion to staffing shortages and bolder union strategies, it’s more important than ever to anticipate the challenges you may face at the bargaining table and plan accordingly to set the stage for a positive bargaining experience and increased likelihood of beneficial language to set up your district for success in the future.”

The entire article can be found by clicking here: Post-Pandemic Negotiations

This article was first published in the Ohio Association of School Business Official’s magazine, SBO Quarterly.