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Harvard University

Boston, MA

Group name: Student Labor Action Movement (SLAM) Website: http://hcs.harvard.edu/slam/
Contact: Email:
Phone: Former website: Harvard Living Wage Campaign

Campaign background: At Harvard, home of the infamous living wage campaign and 21-day sit-in (more info), the Student Labor Action Movement (SLAM) has begun a Right to Organize Campaign. The campaign is demanding that Harvard only do business with companies which take a neutral position on union organizing. SLAM is also asking that Harvard demand that AlliedBarton Security offer card check neutrality to its workers. Card check agreements provide that the company will recognize a bargaining unit if a majority of eligible workers sign cards indicating their willingness to join a union. This demand is is part of SEIU's national campaign to organize AlliedBarton Security Guards across the country.

Campaigns News & Updates:

May 24, 2005 - Something to Chew On: HUDS employees have much to complain about for next month's contract negotiations - Harvard Crimson

Feb 27, 2006 - Harvard SLAM delivers letter of demands to President Summers kicking off their Right to Organize Campaign.

May 9, 2001 - Harvard, students reach labor sit-in settlement - Associated Press

Apr 19, 2001 - Harvard Students Stage Sit-In Say They'll Remain Until Campus Staff Are Given Raises - Boston Globe

 

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