Linda DonahueDirector, Online Labor Studies
Senior Extension Associate Linda H Donahue developed and is the director of an On-Line Labor Studies Program and coordinates a web-based series of seminars on union and workplace-related topics. Additionally, she conducts workshops and teaches courses on subjects such as women and work, labor history, and building effective committees. Among her publications are the 2007 report “The Cost of Worker Misclassification in New York State” and the book All These Years of Effort: Rochester New York’s Central Labor Unions. Donahue has served as a consultant to the Worker Justice Center’s Workplace Health and Safety Project.
Books and Chapters
- Program Graduation. Presented to United Way/Rochester Labor Council. Rochester, NY. 2010.
- Employment Rights. Presented to SUNY Brockport. Rochester, NY. 2010.
- The Cost of Employee Misclassification in NYS. Presented to NYS Assembly. New York City. 2010.
- Highlights in American Labor History. Presented to United Way/Rochester Labor Council. Rochester, NY. 2010.
- misclassification of employees as independent contractors. Presented to New York State Senate Committee on Labor. Albany, NY. 2010.
- msiclassification of employees as independent contractors. Presented to Interstate Labor Standards Assn. Atlantic City, NJ. 2009.
- Teaching about Employment Discrimination. Presented to Rochester Teachers Assn. Rochester, NY. 2009.
- Teaching about Employment Discrimination. Presented to Rochester Teachers Assn. Rochester NY. 2009.
Honors and Awards
- True Colors Award, Pride at Work, Rochester chapter. 2012