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March 2013


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    Women at work

    Women in the U.S. are less likely to be working than women in 16 other nations, according to new ILR research.

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    Profit over people?

    At a March 13 ILR School lecture, Steven Berkenfeld '81 said technology is displacing jobs faster than it’s helping to create them.

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    Senior skater

    Nick D'Agostino '13, who just completed his Big Red hockey career, is negotiating a contract with the National Hockey League.

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    "Green" honor

    Project led by Worker Institute associates recognized for excellence by the U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development.

ILR in the News

Newsday - Matthew Freedman, Assistant Professor of Labor Economics
"Minimum wage hike gets support from low-paid New Yorkers"

The Courier - Pam Tolbert, Lois S. Gray Professor of Industrial and Labor Relations and the Social Sciences
"Auto boom puts pressure on suppliers"

The Wall Street Journal - Louis Hyman, Assistant Professor of Labor Relations, Law and History
"Ten Things Credit Bureaus Won't Tell You"

Dimensions - Laura Hertzog, Director of Human Capital Development Diversity programs
"Driven by a Sense of Public Service"

More media stories and interviews featuring ILR people at: http://ilrinthenews.blogspot.com/.

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