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April 2021

Millman, Bickerman Win Top Awards
ILR Review Special Issue Set for May
US News and World Report
916,000 Jobs Added in March
Benjamin Drain '22 Presenting Research
Technology Is Displacing Workers, But Not The Way You Think

March 2021

The American Prospect
The Promise of Offshore Wind
“Unionization in Big Tech: Why Now?”
“9to5” Film Discussion Part of Union Days
Higher-Income Individuals Take More COVID-19 Safety Precautions
ILR Alumnae Instrumental in Online Workers’ Rights Handbook
ILR Dean Leading eCornell Series “The Future of Work: Labor in America”
ILR Junior Named Newman Fellow
Want to Hire More Women? Expand Your Short List.
Harris '83 Named to White House Post
Kate Griffith Q&A
Dean Colvin and Rebecca Kehoe Discuss Star Employees on WORK!

February 2021

Wall Street Journal
After Covid, Should Companies Rehire Ex-Employees?
The Pros and Cons of Working with a Star
Unions’ Support for Precarious Workers Explored
Eli Friedman Q&A
cortlandstandard.net
Feeling all sorts of stress
The Impact of the White Gaze at Work