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A Bad McSettlement

Published January 29th, 2018 -

The NLRB’s General Counsel recently sought a 60-day stay to try to settle unfair labor practice charges filed by the Fight for $15 campaign against McDonald’s and various franchisees as joint employers equally responsible for illegal retaliation. While Board p... More »

After Work: Automation and Employment Law, Part Two

Published August 2nd, 2017 -

The challenge of automation is in many ways continuous with the challenges of “fissured” work – to use David Weil’s influential formulation.  In particular, both trends are driven in significant part by the costs and risks of employing human beings.  According... More »

After Work: Automation and Employment Law, Part One

Published August 1st, 2017 -

The labor world took notice when Andy Stern emerged from a years-long deep dive into the future of work, and concluded that the future will bring a lot less work.  His book, Raising the Floor, helped to spur a debate over the universal basic income (UBI), incl... More »

Employment without an Exit

Published June 2nd, 2017 -

This post originally appeared on ACSblog. Terri Gerstein is a Leadership in Government Fellow, Open Society Foundations, a Fellow at the Harvard Labor and Worklife Program, and the former Labor Bureau Chief, Office of New York State Attorney General Eric Schne... More »