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September 2022

FedEx cuts could be a uniquely bad sign for the economy
“Equity in Focus Summit” is Sept. 22
Making sense of how economic data is collected
Bronfenbrenner Outlines Employer Anti-Union Efforts to Congress
US Rail-Union Deal Showcases Labor Angst Extending Beyond Wages
Examining childcare costs in Western New York
More Workers Head to Picket Lines Amid Higher Inflation, Tight Labor Market
With nurses strike reaching its final day, what comes next?
U.S. rail strike could spike inflation - analyst
Ultium workers at Ohio plant vote to push for union representation
ILR Faculty Awarded 2030 Project Grants
ILR Names Associate Dean of Finance and Administration
The 50-year path that left millions drowning in student loan debt
Kaleida healthcare workers hold strike vote
Boston Public Radio full show: Sept. 12, 2022
Manager Movement Impacts Subordinates’ Careers
Winners of Groat and Alpern Awards Announced
Cook-Gray Lecture Set for Sept. 29
Ship Detained After ILR/ILO Workshop on Labor Abuse Among Fishers
Why Buffalo was the place to unionize Starbucks
Workers unionize but big businesses continue to resist
U.S. trade unions: Inside the revival brewing at Starbucks
Chicago is (still) a union town
Labor: Taylor’s Digital Stopwatch

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