Marick F. Masters is the Director of Labor@Wayne, professor of business and adjunct professor of political science. His research and teaching interests are in workplace issues, public administration and affairs, corporate social responsibility, alternative dispute resolution, conflict resolution, negotiations, union finances, corporate and labor political action, labor-management cooperation, and federal/public labor-management relations. Masters is a frequent speaker and op-ed columnist, and he is widely interviewed in the print and electronic media. He is a senior partner in AIM Consulting, a management consulting firm in New London, Connecticut, and has consulted with numerous corporations, nonprofits and public organizations.
He is an expert in the areas of:
- Workplace issues
- The economy and labor
- Corporate workplace practices
- Labor-management relations
- Government workers and governance
- Alternative dispute resolution
- Conflict resolution
- Union finances
- Corporate and labor political action
- Labor-management cooperation
- Federal/public labor-management relations
Masters has published more than 100 articles and two books: The Complete Guide to Conflict Resolution in the Workplace (AMACOM, 2002) and Unions at the Crossroads (Quorum, 1997). He is currently conducting research and writing in the areas of union finances, federal labor-management relations, alternative dispute resolution in the workplace, negotiations, the future of work, and the role of labor in American politics.
Selected media clips:
- USA Today: General Motors offers buyouts to 18,000 workers: 'The world is changing'
- Detroit Free Press: Ford stock sees biggest increase since 2011 after earnings report
- The Guardian: 'One job should be enough': Marriott hotel workers' strike hits eight U.S. cities
- Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: U.S. steel workers getting ballots; deal offers 14 percent raise, signing bonus
- Charleston Gazette-Mail: Marick F. Masters: Teachers' strike a turning point for labor?
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