LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The effect of immigration in the workplace and the historical progression of labor relations will be the focus of University of Louisville Labor-Management Center luncheon lectures this spring.
The schedule includes:
- Feb. 6, “Closing Information Gaps: A Concise History of Labor Relations in the United States,” with Carrie Donald, Labor-Management Center director and associate professor at U of L, and Paul Jarley, professor and director of the Center for Labor Education and Research, University of Kentucky.
- March 13, “Immigration Issues in Today’s Workplace,” with Oscar Sanchez, executive director, Labor Council for Latin American Advancement.
The February event will be at the Galt House East in the Combs-Chandler Room. The March lunch will be at the Galt House Hotel in the Court Room. The events are scheduled to begin at noon.
The $15 fee for each event includes lunch. For reservations, call the Labor-Management Center at (502) 852-6482 or check online under coming events at www.louisville.edu/cbpa/lmc.