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School of Labor and Employment Relations University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Peter Feuille

Professor

219 LER Building, 504 E. Armory Avenue, Champaign, IL 61820

Education

PhD, Industrial Relations & Organizational Behavior, School of Business, University of California, Berkeley, 1973
BA, History, Claremont McKenna College, 1967

Experience

LER faculty member since 1977
LER director, 1994-2006
Mediator and arbitrator; handled more than 600 workplace disputes
Member of the Labor and Employment Relations Association (secretary-treasurer), National Academy of Arbitrators, American Arbitration Association, Association for Conflict Resolution

On How LER Compares to Other Programs

“LER combines high performance standards with a high level of support and friendliness. For our students, the best evidence of this support is our continuously updated curriculum designed to reflect the evolving world of work. A close second is the world-class quality of our career services office. We want our students to learn a lot while they are here, and we do our best to launch them on a rewarding and satisfying career. In short, we want their time here to be one of the peak experiences of their lives.”

On the Three Best Things About LER

“First, there is an opportunity to interact with smart people about important, interesting, and current workplace issues. Second, LER is small enough that we provide more individual support for students, faculty, and staff than exists in most university departments. Third, the impressive professional accomplishments of our alumni after they graduate from LER is extremely rewarding.”

Research Interests

Feuille’s research has examined a variety of human resources and industrial relations issues, with a focus on workplace dispute resolution. He is the author of numerous articles in such journals as the Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Industrial Relations, Administrative Science Quarterly, Academy of Management Journal, Arbitration Journal, and Journal of Labor Research. Other research interests include the impacts of human resource practices on organizational performance, the role and impacts of works councils in individual and organizational performance, differences/similarities in human resource practices across countries, and the operation, outcomes, and impacts of workplace dispute resolution processes.

Courses

LER 543 Workplace Dispute Resolution