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Weekend News & Commentary— January 26, 2020

Published January 26th, 2020 -

This week, the Labor and Worklife Program at Harvard Law School released their Clean Slate for Worker Power, a report re-imagining, rebalancing, and re-vitalizing labor law. The report spans more than 100 pages, outlining a r... More »

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Today’s News & Commentary — January 24, 2020

Published January 24th, 2020 -

California has experienced significant union growth—139,000 workers were unionized in the past year. 16.5% of California’s workforce is now unionized. Steve Smith, spokesman for the California Labor Federation, said, “We’re s... More »

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Today’s News & Commentary — January 23, 2019

Published January 23rd, 2020 -

OnLabor’s own Ben Sachs and Sharon Block have launched their recommendations for building a new labor law.  As Sharon and Ben explain in a Newsweek op-ed, the recommendations are the culmination of the Clean Slate for Worker ... More »

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Today’s News & Commentary – January 22, 2020

Published January 22nd, 2020 -

In an effort to reach young people interested in careers in security, policing, or the military, the U.S. Border Patrol continues to offer a program for 14-to-20-year-olds called Border Patrol Explorers that has been in exist... More »

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Today’s News & Commentary – January 21, 2020

Published January 21st, 2020 -

Bloomberg Law reports that teacher strikes across the U.S. have led to higher bargained-for wages over the past two years. In 2018, teachers and other school staff across West Virginia went on strike to protest working condit... More »

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Today’s News & Commentary – January 20, 2020

Published January 20th, 2020 -

In a major win for the University of California, Berkeley, student union, the university must pay $5 million – 8 million in back pay. The United Auto Workers Local 2865, the union that includes teaching assistants, grad... More »

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Weekend News & Commentary— January 19, 2020

Published January 19th, 2020 -

On Wednesday, the House of Representatives voted to pass the Protecting Older Workers Against Discrimination Act (POWADA). The act would make it easier for older workers suing under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of... More »

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Today’s News & Commentary—January 17, 2020

Published January 17th, 2020 -

Working-class candidates are making personal and financial sacrifices to run for office, despite campaign guidelines specifically intended to make it easier for them to quit their jobs and run. A 2002 Federal Election Commiss... More »

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Today’s News & Commentary — January 16, 2020

Published January 16th, 2020 -

Yesterday the Supreme Court heard oral argument in Babb v. Wilkie.  The question before the Court was whether federal workers alleging age discrimination under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) must show that th... More »

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