Air-Rage: A Rising Threat to Flight Attendants’ Physical and Mental Health

Air-Rage: A Rising Threat to Flight Attendants’ Physical and Mental Health

In May, a passenger on a Southwest Airlines flight to San Diego punched a flight attendant after she asked the...
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The Strike Zone—October 25, 2021

The Strike Zone—October 25, 2021

Last week, Las Vegas Raiders head coach Jon Gruden resigned after emails he had written containing racist, homophobic, and misogynistic...
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On-App Standby as Work Time in International Labor Law

On-App Standby as Work Time in International Labor Law

Suppose as a premise that Uber drivers are employees. What, then, constitutes their “hours of work” under international labor standards?...
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Childcare Organizing—Meeting Unique Challenges with Innovative Strategy

Childcare Organizing—Meeting Unique Challenges with Innovative Strategy

Labor activism and organizing has flourished recently, as the pandemic exacerbated fractures in various industries that jumpstarted organizing. The shockwaves...
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Jon Gruden and Labor Law Traps

Jon Gruden and Labor Law Traps

When I talk to union organizers, I often remind them that labor law is full of traps for the unwary,...
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The Strike Zone—October 11, 2021

The Strike Zone—October 11, 2021

On September 29, NLRB General Counsel Jennifer Abruzzo issued a memorandum outlining her position that student-athletes, or “Players at Academic...
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Today’s News & Commentary — October 26, 2021

William recently wrote about unionization efforts at Amazon's Staten Island distribution center and warehouses. The campaign has now hit a new milestone, as workers filed a petition with the National Labor Relations Board to request an election to unionize. The...

Today’s News & Commentary — October 25, 2021

A New York Times investigation into Amazon revealed a “whole leave system [that] was run on a patchwork of programs that often didn’t speak to one another.” While the company invested heavily in systems that allowed it to get products to customers quickly and earn...

The Strike Zone—October 25, 2021

Last week, Las Vegas Raiders head coach Jon Gruden resigned after emails he had written containing racist, homophobic, and misogynistic remarks were made public. The emails emerged as part of the workplace culture investigation that the NFL had been conducting into...

Weekend News & Commentary – October 24, 2021

New York City cab drivers announced a hunger strike this week, after having occupied a sidewalk outside City Hall operating a 24-hour picket line for over a month, calling on the de Blasio administration to provide a more robust response to the industry’s...

Today’s News & Commentary — October 21, 2021

Unionization efforts at Amazon have revived, this time from a group of workers in a Staten Island distribution center. The workers have already collected 1,700 signatures and say they will have enough support to initiate a unionization vote with the National Labor...

Today’s News & Commentary — October 26, 2021

William recently wrote about unionization efforts at Amazon's Staten Island distribution center and warehouses. The campaign has now hit a new milestone, as workers filed a petition with the National Labor Relations Board to request an election to unionize. The...

Today’s News & Commentary — October 25, 2021

A New York Times investigation into Amazon revealed a “whole leave system [that] was run on a patchwork of programs that often didn’t speak to one another.” While the company invested heavily in systems that allowed it to get products to customers quickly and earn...

The Strike Zone—October 25, 2021

Last week, Las Vegas Raiders head coach Jon Gruden resigned after emails he had written containing racist, homophobic, and misogynistic remarks were made public. The emails emerged as part of the workplace culture investigation that the NFL had been conducting into...

Weekend News & Commentary – October 24, 2021

New York City cab drivers announced a hunger strike this week, after having occupied a sidewalk outside City Hall operating a 24-hour picket line for over a month, calling on the de Blasio administration to provide a more robust response to the industry’s...

Today’s News & Commentary — October 21, 2021

Unionization efforts at Amazon have revived, this time from a group of workers in a Staten Island distribution center. The workers have already collected 1,700 signatures and say they will have enough support to initiate a unionization vote with the National Labor...

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