UW-Madison Takes the Low Road in Overhauling Employment Policies

Last year Governor Scott Walker told billionaire Diane Hendricks that the first step toward turning Wisconsin into a right-to-work state was to destroy collective bargaining rights for public workers. Once workers in state institutions have no more decision making powers, it becomes easier to control those institutions for the benefit of business owners through political appointments to agencies, governing boards and committees.

These dynamics are playing out at the University of Wisconsin-Madison through the process of developing new policies for employees…read more here.