ILR in the News

ILR School faculty and alumni frequently serve as sources for the news media. Below are some of the stories for which they provided insight and expertise.

May 2017

The Week, May 24, 2017, Wednesday – Francine Blau and Larry Kahn
"The dark side of paid parental leave"

The Washington Post, May 16, 2017, Tuesday – Seth Siegel (alumnus)
"Forget the politics. Iran has bigger problems."

SHRM, May 10, 2017, Wednesday – Susanne Bruyère
"Disability and HR Strategy: Identifying Diverse Leadership Talent Within Your Existing Workforce"

The Washington Post, May 8, 2017, Monday – Francine Blau and Larry Kahn
"Fed Chair Janet Yellen has a cure for the lackluster economy. It has nothing to do with interest rates."

Bloomberg Businessweek, May 5, 2017, Friday – Lance Compa
"How Mexico’s Unions Sell Out Autoworkers"

The New York Times, May 5, 2017, Friday – Francine Blau and Larry Kahn
"To Lift Growth, Janet Yellen Says, Make It Easier for Women to Work"

Bloomberg, May 2, 2017, Tuesday – Art Wheaton
"Big Summer Shutdowns Loom for U.S. Auto Plants as Sales Sputter"

Inc. Magazine, May 1, 2017, Monday – Sam Bacharach
"Spotting Raw Talent"

April 2017

How Do We Fix It?, April 26, 2017, Wednesday – Louis Hyman
"#100 The Myth of Main Street"

Bloomberg BNA, April 21, 2017, Friday – Paul Davis
"Once Burned Employees Likelier To Job-Hop"

The New York Times, April 17, 2017, Monday – Melissa DeRosa (alumna)
"Cuomo Promotes Chief of Staff, Melissa DeRosa, to Be His Secretary"

The Huffington Post, April 17, 2017, Monday – Liz Karns
"5 Steps Every Victim Of Revenge Porn Should Consider"

San Francisco Chronicle, April 15, 2017, Saturday – Francine Blau and Larry Kahn
"Why employers shouldn’t ask about an applicant’s previous salary"

BuzzFeed, April 13, 2017, Thursday – Eli Friedman
"The People’s Burger?"

Syracuse Post-Standard, April 13, 2017, Thursday – Art Wheaton
"Why can't CNY manufacturers fill openings when factory workers need jobs?"

Roosevelt Island Daily, April 13, 2017, Thursday – K. Lisa Yang and Hock E. Tan Institute on Employment and Disability
"With Cornell Tech, the Future Reaches Into Roosevelt Island's Past"

Harvard Business Review, April 11, 2017, Tuesday – Vanessa Bohns
"A Face-to-Face Request Is 34 Times More Successful than an Email"

PBS News, April 8, 2017, Saturday – Alan Krueger (alumnus)
"Group gives cash aid to rural Kenyans, then studies its effects"

The New York Times, April 8, 2017, Saturday – Louis Hyman
"The Myth of Main Street"

Entrepreneur, April 4, 2017, Tuesday – Sally Klingel
"Fixing the Pay Gap Starts With Your Salary Negotiation Skills"

PBS, April 4, 2017, Tuesday – Francine Blau
"What three economists think you should know on Equal Pay Day"

USA Today, April 4, 2017, Tuesday – Francine Blau and Larry Kahn
"Sheryl Sandberg: Pay gap holds us all back"

Los Angeles Times, April 4, 2017, Tuesday – Francine Blau and Larry Kahn
"Pay gap between men and women in California is nearly $79 billion a year"

The American Prospect, April 3, 2017, Monday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"Why D.C.’s First Charter Union Election Was Called Off"

March 2017

The Indianapolis Star, March 31, 2017, Friday – Lee Adler
"How a group of food service workers formed a union underground"

MarketWatch, March 31, 2017, Friday – Francine Blau and Larry Kahn
"President Trump should repeal this Obama-era EEOC rule on pay"

San Francisco Daily Journal, March 30, 2017, Thursday – Kate Grifffith
"Protecting immigrant workers’ rights"

Forbes, March 27, 2017, Monday – Francine Blau and Larry Kahn
"Ladies Beware: You May Get Paid Less For These Six Reasons"

Wired, March 27, 2017, Monday – Art Wheaton
"Tesla's Model 3 is Coming. Here's What We Know Now"

Reuters, March 23, 2017, Thursday – Liz Karns
"The right way to address the Marines United Facebook group"

VOX, March 17, 2017, Friday – Francine Blau
"President Trump said a major report found immigration hurt the economy. 2 authors respond"

Fortune, March 13, 2017, Monday – Francine Blau and Larry Kahn
"Tesla’s Sexism Case Exposes This Overlooked Reason for the Gender Gap"

The Huffington Post, March 11, 2017, Saturday – Liz Karns
"Military Must Impose Significant Consequences Against Marines United Group Members"

Fortune, March 9, 2017, Thursday – Beth Livingston
"Secrets From Best Companies All Stars"

Bloomberg BNA, March 8, 2017, Wednesday – Dania Rajendra
"Women’s March Continues, but Strikers May Lack Labor Law Protections"

New York Law Journal, March 8, 2017, Wednesday – Esta Bigler
"Mandatory Arbitration Limits Access, Experts Warn"

The Washington Post, March 7, 2017, Tuesday – Francine Blau
"Trump’s claim that immigrants cost taxpayers ‘many billions of dollars a year’"

Legal Talk Network, March 3, 2017, Friday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"The Trump Administration and U.S. Labor Laws"

USA Today, March 1, 2017, Monday – Francine Blau
"Fact-checking President Trump's first address to Congress"

February 2017

WalletHub, February 28, 2017, Tuesday – Hassan Enayati
"2017’s Hardest-Working Cities in America"

Finance & Commerce, February 27, 2017, Monday – Louis Hyman
"Businesses a key part of black history"

The Hill, February 27, 2017, Monday – Seth Harris (alumnus)
"Dems mastered technology. Now we have to get back to organizing"

The Christian Science Monitor, February 26, 2017, Sunday – Art Wheaton
"What's at the root of Tesla's labor troubles?"

Bloomberg BNA, February 24, 2017, Friday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"Work Stoppage at Ports Would Have Ripple Effect"

The New York Times, February 23, 2017, Thursday – Louis Hyman
"Learning to Love Our Robot Co-Workers"

Voice of America, February 17, 2017, Friday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"Trump Touts 'America First,' US Jobs During Boeing Factory Visit"

The Wall Street Journal, February 17, 2017, Friday – JR Keller
"Why Bosses Should Stop Thinking of ‘A Players,’ ‘B Players’ and ‘C Players’"

In These Times, February 14, 2017, Tuesday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"The Volkswagen Defeat Wasn’t Inevitable—and Labor Can Still Win in the South"

WBUR, February 14, 2017, Tuesday – Lance Compa
"Amid Manufacturing Shifts, Should Working-Class Men Consider Non-Traditional Roles?"

Bloomberg, February 14, 2017, Tuesday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"Boeing Workers’ Vote Wednesday Could Be an ‘Earthquake in the South’"

Bloomberg BNA, February 13, 2017, Monday – Art Wheaton
"Boeing Braces for Union Vote at South Carolina Plant"

NPR, February 13, 2017, Monday – Lee Adler
"Years In The Making, Effort To Unionize S.C. Boeing Workers Comes To A Vote"

The Des Moines Register, February 11, 2017, Saturday – Lee Adler and Sally Klingel
"Could Iowa collective bargaining changes create teacher bidding wars?"

Truthout, February 10, 2017, Friday – Eli Friedman
"China Is Not to Blame for the Decline of the US Working Class"

SHRM, February 10, 2017, Friday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"Union Membership Down; Experts Say HR’s Responsiveness May Be a Reason"

The Daily Pennsylvanian, February 9, 2017, Thursday – Francine Blau
"Gender wage gap is larger among Ivy League graduates, study finds"

WRFI, February 8, 2017, Wednesday – Shannon Gleeson
"Cornell’s Response to Trump’s Immigration Policies"

Financial Times, February 7, 2017, Tuesday – Francine Blau and Larry Kahn
"America’s ‘jobs for the boys’ is just half the employment story"

Politico, February 6, 2017, Monday – Lee Adler
"Strike tests Trump’s appeal to blue-collar workers"

Brookings, February 3, 2017, Friday – Francine Blau
"What we know—and don’t know—about the declining labor force participation rate"

The Atlantic, February 2, 2017, Thursday – Francine Blau
"The Ivy League's Gender Pay-Gap Problem"

January 2017

Inc. Magazine, January 31, 2017, Tuesday – Sam Bacharach
"The Danger of Thinking You Own the Truth"

Bloomberg BNA, January 31, 2016, Tuesday – Ileen DeVault
"Did Uber Break Taxi Strike Over Trump Immigration Order?"

Florida Politics, January 30, 2017, Monday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Debbie Wasserman Schultz says pay wage gap in U.S. getting worse"

The Baltimore Sun, January 26, 2017, Thursday – Jeff Grabelsky
"Baltimore Gas & Electric Co. workers take next steps to organize"

The Atlantic, January 26, 2017, Thursday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"The Mid-Career Internship"

The Ringer, January 19, 2017, Thursday – Louis Hyman
"Is What’s Good for Amazon Good for America?"

VOX, January 18, 2017, Wednesday – Art Wheaton
"Detroit's auto show was all about Trump — and he wasn’t even there"

Salon, January 17, 2017, Tuesday – Adam Litwin
"Shake Shack’s prices are going up: Why the hip burger joint’s wage and price hikes might be good for business"

WIVB, January 9, 2017, Monday – Art Wheaton
"Re-tooling the auto industry—bringing back old favorites"

Fox Business, January 4, 2017, Wednesday – Louis Hyman
"Financial Trends: What's In and What's Out in 2017"

WalletHub, January 4, 2017, Wednesday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"2017’s Best & Worst Cities for Jobs"

Strategy+Business, January 4, 2017, Wednesday – Sam Bacharach
"Samuel Bacharach’s Required Reading"

December 2016

Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, December 20, 2016, Tuesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Why Aren't More Women Working?"

Marketplace, December 20, 2016, Tuesday – Art Wheaton
"GM responds to demand for bigger cars by thinning its workforce"

Lifehacker, December 19, 2016, Monday – Vanessa Bohns
"If You're Going to Ask for a Favor, Do It Face to Face"

Workspan, December 19, 2016, Monday – Beth Flynn-Ferry
"Employee Engagement"

The Buffalo News, December 14, 2016, Wednesday – Art Wheaton
"GM, Sumitomo plans prove manufacturing is far from dead"

Better Georgia, December 14, 2016, Wednesday – Francine Blau
"Women, poverty, and the gender pay gap"

Glamour, December 14, 2016, Wednesday – Vanessa Bohns
"You're More Likely to Get What You Want If You Ask Like This"

Voice of America, December 13, 2016, Tuesday – Eli Friedman
"China Seeks Recognition as Market Economy"

NY Magazine, December 9, 2016, Friday – Vanessa Bohns
"Here’s the Best Way to Ask Someone for a Favor"

The Christian Science Monitor, December 9, 2016, Friday – Ileen DeVault
"Trump campaigned for the blue-collar worker, but did he really mean it?"

Association for Psychological Science, December 7, 2016, Wednesday – Vanessa Bohns
"You’re Less Persuasive Than You Think Over Email"

The Seattle Times, December 7, 2016, Wednesday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"Carrier factory union chief standing ground against Trump"

Univision Noticias, December 7, 2016, Wednesday – Eli Friedman
"¿Estamos a las puertas de una guerra comercial entre China y EEUU con la llegada de Trump al poder?"

Milwaukee Journal, December 4, 2016, Sunday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"Will Walker's Act 10 law go national?"

Leadership Excellence Essentials, December 1, 2016, Thursday – Sam Bacharach
"Training your high potentials and young leaders to move agendas"

BoingBoing, December 1, 2016, Thursday – Louis Hyman
"US has $2 trillion sitting in banks - it needs to be invested or we risk a new depression"

November 2016

Pirates Breakdown, November 29, 2016, Tuesday – Frank Collins (alum)
"MLB Contract Negotiations – What Actually Happens In The Room?"

The New York Times, November 16, 2016, Wednesday – Eli Friedman
"Across China, Walmart Faces Labor Unrest as Authorities Stand Aside"

Slate, November 16, 2016, Wednesday – Louis Hyman
"What the Mass Deportation of Immigrants Might Look Like"

The Hill, November 11, 2016, Friday – Shannon Gleeson
"Gearing up for immigrant rights in a Trump administration"

American Progress, November 7, 2016, Monday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Rhetoric vs. Reality: Equal Pay"

Wired, November 7, 2016, Monday – Art Wheaton
"As Tesla Grows Up, It Gives Up On Free Charging"

Marketplace, November 3, 2016, Thursday – Lee Adler
"Philadelphia’s transit strike could affect who wins the election"

October 2016

KOAA 5, October 31, 2016, Monday – Nellie Brown
"Stressful jobs with little control/shorter life spans?"

Dollars & Sense, October 30, 2016, Sunday – Lance Compa
"All Tricks, No Treat in Peeps Candy Strike"

CBS News, October 28, 2016, Friday – Nellie Brown
"Feel like your job is killing you? This could be why"

NPR, October 23, 2016, Sunday – Linda Barrington
"Small Business Owners Face Pressures Of Minimum Wage Bumps In Big Cities"

Salon, October 20, 2016, Thursday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"The Jim Beam strike: Kentucky distillery workers have started a new whiskey rebellion in the name of sane hours"

Marketplace, October 20, 2016, Thursday – Linda Barrington
"Americans have mixed feelings about the job market"

Tech.Co, October 19, 2016, Wednesday – Louis Hyman
"Expect More Freelancer Representation in 2017"

CBS Radio News, October 19, 2016, Wednesday – Sam Nelson
"Debate Expert Sam Nelson"

Workspan, October 13, 2016, Thursday – Linda Barrington
"Hierarchy, Bonuses and Narcissism"

WOLB 1010 AM, October 11, 2016, Tuesday – Ian Greer
"Lunch with Labor"

Philly.com, October 7, 2016, Friday – Ileen DeVault
"Sexual harassment widespread at fast-food eateries, Philly protest claims"

The Christian Science Monitor, October 6, 2016, Thursday – Ileen DeVault
"Working-class, white men see incomes drop: How is that changing America?"

Yahoo! Finance, October 6, 2016, Thursday – Louis Hyman
"Why more than a third of Americans are freelancers"

The Wall Street Journal, October 5, 2016, Wednesday – Louis Hyman
"Booz Allen Faces More Fallout After NSA Contractor’s Arrest"

Bloomberg BNA, October 4, 2016, Tuesday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"Rat-Inflating Union Organizer Can't Get Overtime"

September 2016

The Washington Post, September 29, 2016, Thursday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Obama administration announces paid sick leave for government contractors — and a new policy to address pay disparities"

The New York Times, September 13, 2016, Tuesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Donald Trump Unveils Plan for Families in Bid for Women’s Votes"

CBS MoneyWatch, September 27, 2016, Tuesday – Louis Hyman
"Economic forces that can turn protests into riots"

The Wall Street Journal, September 26, 2016, Monday – Eli Friedman
"Chinese Labor Activists Handed Suspended Sentences"

CBC News, September 26, 2016, Monday – Sam Nelson
"Art of the debate"

Black Christian News, September 22, 2016, Thursday – Francine Blau
"New Study Finds That Immigrants Are Not Taking Jobs From Americans"

Bloomberg | Quint, September 22, 2016, Thursday – Francine Blau
"Immigration Boosts U.S. Economy Even as Low-Skilled Wages Dented"

The Wall Street Journal, September 22, 2016, Thursday – Francine Blau
"Immigration Does More Good Than Harm to Economy, Study Finds"

WBUR, September 22, 2016, Thursday – Francine Blau
"State Economy Strained By First Generation Immigrants, But Breaks Even By Third"

CityLab, September 22, 2016, Thursday – Louis Hyman
"From Ferguson to Charlotte, Why Police Protests Turn Into Riots"

Yahoo! News, September 21, 2016, Wednesday – Francine Blau
"Immigrants have little impact on native-born workers"

The New York Times, September 21, 2016, Wednesday – Francine Blau
"Immigrants Aren’t Taking Americans’ Jobs, New Study Finds"

Phys.org, September 21, 2016, Wednesday – Francine Blau
"Immigrants have little impact on native-born workers: study"

Albuquerque Journal, September 20, 2016, Tuesday – Ron Ehrenberg
"Higher ed secretary outlines challenges for state’s colleges"

IZA World of Labor, September 16, 2016, Friday – Lawrence Kahn
"Wage compression and the gender pay gap"

SHRM.org, September 15, 2016, Thursday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"Long Island University–Brooklyn Lockout Was a First for Higher Education"

The New York Times, September 13, 2016, Tuesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Donald Trump Unveils Plan for Families in Bid for Women’s Votes"

CNN, September 13, 2016, Tuesday – Sam Nelson
"Matt Lauer proved the debates would be better without a moderator"

Financial Times, September 13, 2016, Tuesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Trump sets out plan to improve child care"

Times Union, September 13, 2016, Tuesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Equal work should mean equal pay"

Governor.ny.gov, September 11, 2016, Sunday – Esta Bigler
"Governor Cuomo Launches $5 Million Workplace Education and Training Grant Program to Improve Health and Safety for Workers"

Times Union, September 8, 2016, Thursday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"At Green Island Honeywell plant, UAW, retired police on opposite sides of picket line"

Institutional Investor, September 7, 2016, Wednesday – Eli Friedman
"Apple Cares About Workers But Does it Care Enough?"

The Atlantic, September 7, 2016, Wednesday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"An Unprecedented Faculty Lockout"

The Atlantic, September 7, 2016, Wednesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"What Programming's Past Reveals About Today's Gender-Pay Gap"

Inside Higher Ed, September 6, 2016, Tuesday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"Labor Day Lockout"

Democrat & Chronicle, September 3, 2016, Saturday – Linda Donahue
"Rochester’s long history of organized labor"

The Christian Science Monitor, September 2, 2016, Friday – Lowell Turner
"Why unions embraced immigrants – and why it matters for Donald Trump"

Dollars & Sense, September 1, 2016, Thursday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"'Equal Pay' Is Not So Equal"

August 2016

Bloomberg, August 29, 2016, Monday – Louis Hyman
"Explosion of Gig Economy Means There’s an App for Juggling Jobs"

Bloomberg, August 25, 2016, Thursday – Risa Lieberwitz
"A Trump Win Could Upend Graduate Students' Right to Unionize"

The Wall Street Journal, August 23, 2016, Tuesday – Linda Barrington
"Companies Rethink Annual Pay Raises"

Bloomberg BNA, August 22, 2016, Monday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"Newsroom Organizing Campaign Rising in Sunshine State"

Global News, August 17, 2016, Wednesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"More women work in Canada than the U.S. Here’s why"

ABC News, August 10, 2016, Wednesday – Lee Adler
"Uber and Lyft Driver’s Union Law in Seattle Could Still Be Challenged"

The Atlantic, August 10, 2016, Wednesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Debating the Gender Pay Gap"

Gotham Gazette, August 8, 2016, Monday – Beth Livingston
"Nearly Six Years After Landmark Street Harassment Hearing, No Measurable Progress"

The Nation, August 5, 2016, Friday – The Worker Institute
"Women Day Laborers Are Tired of Waiting for Work, and for Justice"

Politico, August 2, 2016, Tuesday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"A Joint Employer Trap"

July 2016

The Washington Post, July 28, 2016, Thursday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Chelsea Clinton takes on Ivanka Trump"

Economics21, July 27, 2016, Wednesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Sorry, Elizabeth Warren, Women Already Have Equal Pay"

Harvard Business Review, July 27, 2016, Wednesday – Emily Zitek
"Narcissists Don’t Like Flat Organizations"

Chicago Tribune, July 26, 2016, Tuesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Fact-checking the second day of the 2016 Democratic National Convention"

Albuquerque Journal, July 25, 2016, Monday – Rose Batt
"In the land of incoming calls"

EfficientGov.com, July 21, 2016, Thursday – Maria Figueroa
"Wage Theft App To Launch This Year"

WBFO, July 21, 2016, Thursday – Lou Jean Fleron
"Cornell fellowship students promote diversity, inclusion & equity"

Parent Herald, July 21, 2016, Thursday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Why Women Just Can't Choose Higher-Paying Jobs And Narrow The Difference"

Medium.com, July 19, 2016, Tuesday – Louis Hyman
"Don’t Replace People. Augment Them."

PRI, July 14, 2016, Thursday – Louis Hyman
"What the rise of the gig economy means for the American Dream"

The Hill, July 14, 2016, Thursday – Shannon Gleeson
"Immigration: looking beyond United States v. Texas"

CNBC, July 11, 2016, Monday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"The real test of Wal-Mart's $2.7 billion wage investment is about to begin"

New York Times, July 9, 2016, Saturday – Louis Hyman
"Redfin Shies Away From the Typical Start-Up’s Gig Economy"

Bloomberg, July 7, 2016, Thursday – Lance Compa
"Texas Judge Blocks Obama’s Union-Buster Disclosure Rule"

UFT.org, July 7, 2016, Thursday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"State’s farmworkers fighting to organize"

Daily Herald, July 3, 2016, Sunday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Men say they work more than women. Here's the truth."

Marketplace, July 1, 2016, Friday – Seth Harris
"Uber monitoring drivers"

The Washington Post, July 1, 2016, Friday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"The group that seriously out earns white men"

June 2016

Los Angeles Times, June 30, 2016, Thursday – Rose Batt
"Behind shrinking middle-class jobs: A surge in outsourcing"

The Washington Post, June 29, 2016, Wednesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Men say they work more than women. Here’s the truth."

The Detroit News, June 23, 2016, Thursday – Art Wheaton
"Volkswagen to pay $10 billion to U.S. diesel owners"

Daily Inter Lake, June 18, 2016, Saturday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"The misleading rhetoric behind the ‘equal pay’ movement"

Bloomberg, June 13, 2016, Monday – Seth Harris
"OT Rule Spinoff:DOL to Study Hours Logged Electronically"

Women's eNews, June 10, 2016, Friday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"June 10 Marks Another Anniversary of the Equal Pay Act"

Time Warner Cable News, June 9, 2016, Thursday – Art Wheaton
"Cosmetic Procedures for Buffalo Teachers Could Come Down to This Law"

Bloomberg, June 9, 2016, Thursday – Rose Batt
"Unions Eager to Dial Up Verizon Wireless Workers"

El Telegrafo, June 9, 2016, Thursday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Que nos paguen lo que merecemos, aun si no lo hemos pedido"

Automotive World, June 7, 2016, Tuesday – Art Wheaton
"Wages slip to the wayside in Canadian labour talks.pdf (PDF, 532 KB)"

El Economista, June 7, 2016, Tuesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"La brecha salarial de género"

The Washington Times, June 5, 2016, Sunday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"Union leaders implore rank-and-file members to reject ‘dangerous, delusional’ Donald Trump"

The Atlantic, June 1, 2016, Wednesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Becoming Europe"

May 2016

The Christian Science Monitor, May 26, 2016, Thursday – Lee Adler
"$15 minimum wage will lead to robots, says McDonald's ex-CEO. Will it?"

Today Show, May 25, 2016, Wednesday – Vanessa Bohns
"Would you help a stranger"

Forbes, May 25, 2016, Wednesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"The Concerning Drop In Workforce Participation And Role Of Family-Friendly Policies"

WOSU Radio, May 24, 2016, Tuesday – Ileen DeVault
"The New Federal Rule Aiming to Redefine Overtime Pay"

New York Magazine, May 24, 2016, Tuesday – Vanessa Bohns
"A Brief Guide to Convincing Total Strangers to Do Your Bidding"

NPR, May 23, 2016, Monday – Francine Blau
"The Pay Gap In White-Collar Jobs"

The Australian Business Review, May 19, 2016, Thursday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
US doctors, financial advisers have widest gender pay gap.pdf (PDF, 141 KB)

The Wall Street Journal, May 17, 2016, Tuesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Women in Elite Jobs Face Stubborn Pay Gap"

The Daily Beast, May 12, 2016, Thursday – Ken Margolies
"Could Enough Truckers for Trump Put Him in the White House?"

Wards Auto, May 12, 2016, Thursday – Art Wheaton
"CrossBlue in Crosshairs as VW-UAW Clash Escalates"

Harvard Business Review, May 10, 2016, Tuesday – Elena Belogolovsky and Peter Bamberger
"Why Keeping Salaries a Secret May Hurt Your Company"

U.S. News & World Report, May 6, 2016, Friday – Shannon Gleeson
"Going Beyond the Minimum"

The Rainbow Times, May 5, 2016, Thursday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"My Woman Card: “Deal Me In” Too"

Huffington Post, May 4, 2016, Wednesday – Marya Besharov
"What the Flint Water Crisis Can Teach Us About Leadership"

Investigative Post, May 3, 2016, Tuesday – Art Wheaton
"Lead poisoning worse than previously disclosed"

United Federation of Teachers, May 5, 2016, Thursday – Lee Adler
"Salary-wise, it’s still mostly a man’s world"

BioCycle, May 1, 2016, Sunday – Nellie Brown
"Health And Safety Planning In Anaerobic Digestion"

April 2016

Huffington Post, April 30, 2016, Saturday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"The Verizon Strike Is About More Than Dollars And Cents"

Quartz, April 30, 2016, Saturday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Academia is quietly and systematically keeping its women from succeeding"

USA Today, April 30, 2016, Saturday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymore"

OregonLive, April 30, 2016, Saturday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Halting pay bias requires a fairly fundamental shift: Washington Post opinion"

Bloomberg, April 29, 2016, Friday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"Verizon and Unions Hold the Line as Strike Continues"

WSKG, April 29, 2016, Friday – Ileen Devault
"Chobani will give employees up to 10% of company stock"

Macomb Daily, April 25, 2016, Monday – Richard Hurd
"Volkswagen to appeal ruling allowing UAW vote in Tennessee"

The Washington Post, April 24, 2016, Sunday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"What’s the real gender pay gap?"

The Gazette, April 24, 2016, Sunday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"We're past the time we need to walk the walk"

New York Times, April 22, 2016, Friday – Peter Lazes
"How to Keep Jobs at Home"

Newsday, April 21, 2016, Thursday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Are women actually paid less than men?"

Inside Sources, April 21, 2016, Thursday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Are Women Paid Less Than Men?"

The Washington Post, April 20, 2016, Wednesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"It’s a retirement account, but for pregnancy"

Bloomberg, April 20, 2016, Wednesday – Seth Harris and Alan Krueger (alumni)
"Will California Change How Uber Treats Its Drivers?"

C-SPAN, April 19, 2016, Tuesday – Louis Hyman
"Climate Change and the U.S. Economy"

CNN Money, April 19, 2016, Tuesday – ILR School
"Census settles hiring lawsuit over criminal records"

The Christian Science Monitor, April 19, 2016, Tuesday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"Does either party really want the white working class?"

The Buffalo News, April 17, 2016, Sunday – Art Wheaton
"Walkout by Verizon workers bucks a national trend toward fewer strikes"

Jacobin, April 14, 2016, Thursday – Ian Greer
"Work Not Play"

The Washington Post, April 14, 2016, Thursday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Here are the facts behind that ’79 cent’ pay gap factoid"

CBS MoneyWatch, April 14, 2016, Thursday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"The Verizon strike's battle lines are drawn"

New York Times, April 13, 2016, Wednesday – Rose Batt
"In Verizon Strike, Blue-Collar Stress Hits the Sidewalks"

Bloomberg BNA, April 13, 2016, Wednesday – Art Wheaton
"NLRB Won't Review Auto Workers Election Win at Volkswagen"

Inside Higher Ed, April 13, 2016, Wednesday – Ron Ehrenberg
"Change From the Top"

RegBlogApril 13, 2016, Wednesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Could Sharing Pay Data Shrink the Gender Wage Gap?"

Bloomberg, April 13, 2016, Wednesday – Art Wheaton
"VW Facing Union Talks After Losing Tennessee NLRB Ruling"

Bloomberg BNA, April 12, 2016, Tuesday – Risa Liebertwitz and Randi Weingarten (alumni)
"Charter School Teachers Organizing Under Federal Labor Law"

Wall Street Journal, April 12, 2016, Tuesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Hillary Clinton Joins U.S. Women’s Soccer Player in Call for Equal Pay"

Mother Jones, April 12, 2016, Tuesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"The Gender Pay Gap Is Still About 21 Cents Per Dollar"

LA Times, April 12, 2016, Tuesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"The gender pay gap: 4 reasons women earn less than men"

MassLive, April 11, 2016, Monday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"The real reason women still get paid less: Bloomberg View"

Daily Voice, April 11, 2016, Monday – Rob Manfred (alumni)
"Westchester's Manfred Snags Top Cornell Alumni Award"

Cosmopolitan, April 7, 2016, Thursday – Vanessa Bohns
"You Have More Influence Over People Than You Think"

WIVB News, April 7, 2016, Thursday – Art Wheaton
"Candidates’ focus on auto, jobs rings true in WNY"

Los Angeles Times, April 4, 2016, Monday – Seth Harris and Alan Krueger (alumni)
"Why the gig economy doesn't work for everyone"

The National Law Review, April 4, 2016, Monday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"New DOL “Persuader” Rule Stimulates Exaggerated Persuader Activities by Proponents and Opposition"

White House Blog, April 1, 2016, Friday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"The Employment Situation in March"

WJLA, April 1, 2016, Friday – Lee Adler
"Divided experts present debate over minimum wage increases"

Bureau of Labor Statistics, April 1, 2016, Friday – Lois Gray
"Evolution of administrative practices in American unions: results from a 20-year study"

March 2016

Marketplace, March 31, 2016, Thursday – Risa Lieberwitz
"A preschool for low-income children"

New York Times, March 31, 2016, Thursday – Alan Krueger (alumni)
"With ‘Gigs’ Instead of Jobs, Workers Bear New Burdens"

TechTarget, March 31, 2016, Thursday – Lee Dyer
"The on-demand economy and the future of work: Buckle up"

Texas Public Radio, March 28, 2016, Monday – Risa Lieberwitz
"Professors Group Says Push To Solve Sexual Assault Problem Threatens Due Process"

The Daily Beast, March 28, 2016, Monday – Risa Lieberwitz
"How Title IX Killed Free Speech on Campus"

The State News, March 25, 2016, Friday – Risa Lieberwitz
"Report finds tensions between implementing Title IX and academic freedom"

CBS Moneywatch, March 24, 2016, Thursday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"What could finally close the gender pay gap?"

New York Times, March 24, 2016, Thursday – Risa Lieberwitz
"Professors’ Group Says Efforts to Halt Sexual Harassment Have Stifled Speech"

Huffington Post, March 23, 2016, Wednesday – Francine Blau
"The Main Reason Women Make Less Money Than Men"

Reason, March 23, 2016, Wednesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"5 Quick Facts About the Gender Pay Gap"

Washington Post, March 22, 2016, Tuesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"The real reason young women leave their jobs"

AllGov, March 19, 2016, Saturday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Gender Pay Gap Outlives Reasons Thought to Have Caused It"

Jezebel, March 19, 2016, Friday – Francine Blau
"Pay Rates Drop When a Bunch of Women Get Into a Field"

New York Times, March 18, 2016, Friday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"As Women Take Over a Male-Dominated Field, the Pay Drops"

New York Times, March 14, 2016, Monday – Eli Friedman
"Labor Protests Multiply in China as Economy Slows, Worrying Leaders"

Wall Street Journal, March 10, 2016, Thursday – Eli Friedman
"China May Rein in Wage Increases to Boost Economy"

The Washington Post, March 10, 2016, Thursday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Pay doesn’t look the same for men and women at top newspapers"

The Kansas City Star, March 8, 2016, Tuesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"It’s 2016, and women still make less for doing the same work as men"

Independent, March 8, 2016, Tuesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Percentage of women in the tech sector is worse than in Parliament"

The Washington Post, March 8, 2016, Tuesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"It’s 2016, and women still make less for doing the same work as men"

Brookings Institution, March 7, 2016, Monday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Occupational hazard? The future of the gender pay gap"

The San Diego Union-Tribune, March 3, 2016, Thursday – Seth Harris and Alan Krueger (alumni)
"Honeymoon over for on-demand apps, contract workers"

New York Times, March 1, 2016, Tuesday – The Worker Institute
"New Weapon in Day Laborers’ Fight Against Wage Theft: A Smartphone App"

The Hedgehog Review, March 1, 2016, Tuesday – Louis Hyman
"Temps, Consultants, and the Rise of the Precarious Economy"

February 2016

Huffington Post, February 29, 2016, Monday – Fran Blau
"Here's What Happened When We Asked Elon Musk About Equal Pay For Women"

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, February 24, 2016, Wednesday – Lee Adler
"Allegheny Technologies, steelworkers have fences to mend after lockout"

Wired, February 24, 2016, Wednesday – Vanessa Bohns
"Not Only Do Opposites Not Attract, But Just the Opposite"

The Washington Post, February 22, 2016, Tuesday – Jack Goncalo
"Every GOP candidate is wrong about political correctness"

Independent, February 15, 2016, Monday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Gender pay gap fuelled by perceptions of motherhood and the lack of women in tech, report finds"

Syracuse, February 12, 2016, Friday – Fran Blau
"Fuzzy math on wage gap, wealth disparity, black employment at Democratic presidential debate"

Fortune, February 12, 2016, Friday – Seth Harris (alumni)
"Does the U.S. Need New Rules for Workers in the Gig Economy?"

Biogas Channel, February 12, 2016, Friday – Nellie Brown
"Systems maintenance: preventing risks from the design stage"

The Atlantic, February 11, 2016, Thursday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"What’s Really Behind Why Women Earn Less Than Men?"

Truthout, February 10, 2016, Wednesday – Shannon Gleeson
"Immigrant Rights Affect Us All"

Inside Higher Ed, February 9, 2016, Tuesday – Ron Ehrenberg
"Why Is Tuition So High?"

Monster.com, February 9, 2016, Tuesday – Linda Barrington and Chris Collins
"5 awesome job perks and benefits you need to negotiate"

Daily Trojan, February 9, 2016, Tuesday – Risa Lieberwitz
"Unionization won’t solve all problems for adjunct faculty"

The Wall Street Journal, February 4, 2016, Thursday – Linda Barrington and Hassan Enayati
High Salaries Haunt Some Job Hunters - WSJ.pdf (PDF, 3 MB)

Washington Center for Equitable Growth, February 4, 2016, Thursday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"The level and trend of the U.S. gender wage gap"

Bloomberg Briefs, February 3, 2016, Wednesday – Ruben King-Shaw (alumni)
"Hispanics' Health-Care Needs Create PE Opportunities: Mansa Capital's King-Shaw" (PDF, 6 MB)

The Guardian, February 2, 2016, Tuesday – Eli Friedman
"He Xiaobo: latest victim of China's crackdown on labour activists"

January 2016

The Dollar Business, January 2016 – Art Wheaton
"America Will Not Save the World in the Next Recession"

Daily Times, January 31, 2016, Sunday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Pretty obvious, but unacknowledged : What is the real reason women still earn less than men?"

The Washington Post, January 29, 2016, Friday – Francine Blau
Obama targets gender pay gap with plan to collect companies’ salary data

Huffington Post, January 29, 2016, Friday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"The Real Reason Women Still Make Less Than Men"

WRFI, January 27, 2016, Wednesday – Shannon Gleeson
Supreme Court to Hear Case on Obama’s Authority to Implement Immigration Reforms

Bloomberg, January 27, 2016, Wednesday – Chris Collins
"You're About to Hate Slack as Much as You Hate E-Mail"

Bloomberg Daily Labor Report, January 25, 2016, Monday – Lee Adler
Bargaining Will Continue to Be Contentious This Year, Observers Say (PDF, 64 KB)

MarketWatch, January 22, 2016, Friday – Eli Friedman
"Tech companies use materials mined illegally by children in Africa"

The Wall Street Journal, January 12, 2016, Tuesday – Kevin Hallock and Peter Bamberger
"Open Salaries: the Good, the Bad and the Awkward"

Think Progress, January 14, 2016, Thursday – Jack Goncalo
"The Phony Debate About Political Correctness"

The Sacramento Bee, January 12, 2016, Tuesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"See the California gender pay gap by occupation"

NBC News, January 11, 2016, Monday – Jeff Grabelsky
"Unions Appear Headed for Supreme Court Loss"

The Atlantic, January 8, 2016, Friday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"Why Are Unions So Worried About an Upcoming Supreme Court Case?"

Marketplace, January 8, 2016, Friday – Seth Harris (alumni)
"Everybody's got an opinion on why wages are stuck"

Bloomberg, January 7, 2016, Thursday – Richard Hurd
"Former Labor Union Heads Helping Presidential Campaigns"

The Washington Post, January 6, 2016, Wednesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Asian American women are closing the gap with white men, but that’s not the point"

The Washington Post, January 3, 2016, Sunday – Eli Friedman
"China’s Communists are stamping out labor activism"

December 2015

Marketplace, December 18, 2015, Friday – Linda Barrington
"Women CFOs barely out-earn their male peers, here's why"

Bloomberg, December 15, 2015, Tuesday – Alex Colvin
"Invalid State Law No Bar to Arbitration, Justices Rule"

The Sacramento Bee, December 14, 2015, Monday – Rose Batt
"Private equity funds are a bad deal for retired state workers"

CNN, December 13, 2015, Sunday – Sam Nelson
"The enduring myth of TV presidential debates"

Albany Times Union, December 13, 2015, Sunday – Lee Adler
"NYSUT outlines $416 million in 'liabilities' to the union's staff members"

American Enterprise Institute, December 11, 2015, Friday – John Abowd
"Abowd to offer his expertise at the Census Bureau"

Fox Business, December 9, 2015, Wednesday – Ruben King-Shaw (alumni)
"How technology is transforming healthcare"

Wall Street Journal, December 9, 2015, Wednesday – Seth Harris and Alan Krueger (alumni)
"As the Gig Economy Changes Work, So Should Rules"

In These Times, December 9, 2015, Wednesday – Lance Compa
“No one has ever tried this before”: Mexican, U.S. Workers Bring Employer Charges Under NAFTA"

Inc. Magazine, December 8, 2015, Tuesday – Sam Bacharach
"All Innovation Leaders Should Read Thomas Kuhn"

Economic Policy Institute, December 7, 2015, Monday – Alex Colvin
"Mandatory arbitration deprives workers and consumers of their rights"

BackStory, December 4, 2015, Friday – Louis Hyman
"Counter Culture A History of Shopping"

Bloomberg, December 3, 2015, Thursday – Art Wheaton
"Gas Approaching $2 Seen Helping U.S. December Sales: Cars"

Times Free Press, December 3, 2015, Thursday – Rick Hurd
"Today's VW vote on representation meets resistance from the company"

New York Times, December 3, 2015, Thursday – Rick Hurd
"In Pennsylvania, a Steel Mill and Its Workers at a Crossroads"

Inc. Magazine, December 1, 2015, Tuesday – Sam Bacharach
"Leaders Make a Move Before They’re Pushed"

The Atlantic, December 1, 2015, Tuesday – Art Wheaton
"The High-Stakes Race to Rid the World of Human Drivers"

November 2015

Business Insider, November 30, 2015, Monday – Fran Blau
"Immigrant women adjust incredibly well to the US economy"

The Washington Post, November 28, 2015, Saturday – Alan Krueger (alum)
"Hillary Clinton to unveil major jobs and infrastructure spending proposal"

The Oracle Herald, November 25, 2015, Wednesday – Rick Hurd
"Will Ford Workers Approve Their New Contract?"

Bloomberg Business, November 24, 2015, Tuesday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"How Walmart Keeps an Eye on Its Massive Workforce"

The Detroit News, November 23, 2015, Monday – Art Wheaton
"Sometimes-troublesome UAW talks end with big gains"

The Detroit News, November 20, 2015, Friday – Art Wheaton
"Ford-UAW deal passes by narrow margin"

The Detroit News, November 19, 2015, Thursday – Art Wheaton
"Ford vote shows disconnect between UAW leaders, workers"

NPR, November 17, 2015, Tuesday – Louis Hyman
"How Shoppers Racked Up Debt Over The Decades"

Auburn Citizen, November 14, 2015, Saturday – Michael Nozzolio (alum)
"Nozzolio to receive outstanding alumni award from Cornell"

Pacific Standard, November 13, 2015, Friday – Eli Friedman
"The Future of Work: The Guest Worker—Use and Discard"

International Business Times, November 12, 2015, Thursday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"Workers Launch Fast For Higher Wages And Full-Time Status"

The Detroit News, November 11, 2015, Wednesday – Art Wheaton
"Ford-UAW deal richest of the Big Three automakers"

Automotive World, November 10, 2015, Tuesday – Art Wheaton
"Skilled workers stymie GM-UAW proposal (PDF, 139 KB)"

Cincinnati.com, November 7, 2015, Saturday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"Cincinnati-based Teamsters misused funds"

The Buffalo News, November 6, 2015, Friday – Lance Compa
"Bernie Sanders' momentum stalls in an unlikely place: union halls"

Los Angeles Times, November 6, 2015, Friday – Art Wheaton
"Ford deal: $10,000 at signing, $9B promised investment"

Detroit Free Press, November 6, 2015, Friday – Art Wheaton
"Ford deal: $10,000 at signing, $9B promised investment"

Financial Times, November 3, 2015, Tuesday – Alan Krueger (alum)
"America’s labour market is not working"

American Enterprise Institute, November 5, 2015, Thursday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Just how solid is the case for the left’s anti-inequality agenda?"

October 2015

Al Jazeera, October 31, 2015, Saturday – Beth Livingston
"Neither workers nor bosses, human resources professionals straddle two worlds"

New York Times, October 31, 2015, Saturday – Linda Barrington
"The Mystery of the Vanishing Pay Raise"

New York Times, October 27, 2015, Tuesday – Ben Rissing
"Should Foreign Graduates Get a Visa Edge?"

Straits Times, October 27, 2015, Tuesday – Sarosh Kuruvilla
"Tripartism a major policymaking tool in Singapore: Foreign delegates"

Marketplace, October 27, 2015, Tuesday – Stephanie Thomas
"Stuck in place: the American economy"

ABC News, October 27, 2015, Tuesday – Seth Harris
"FTSA appoints Seth D. Harris to create Fantasy Sports Control Agency"

The Detroit News, October 26, 2015, Monday – Art Wheaton
"UAW, GM reach tentative deal, avoid strike"

The Diamondback, October 25, 2015, Sunday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Unconsidered consequences of paid family leave"

WBEN, October 25, 2015, Sunday – Art Wheaton
"GM Strike Sunday Midnight?"

Dallas News, October 23, 2015, Friday – Linda Barrington
"Sharing economy attracts older adults"

Automotive News, October 23, 2015, Friday – Art Wheaton
"GM, Ford profits have UAW eyeing richer deals after Fiat Chrysler approval"

WBFO, October 22, 2015, Thursday – Jennifer Perry
"Raising accessibility awareness for wheelchair users"

The Buffalo News, October 20, 2015, Tuesday – Lee Adler
"Impasse with Buffalo teachers could result in Taylor Law challenge"

NDTV, October 18, 2015, Sunday – Francine Blau
"Tricky Issue of Gender Pay Gap Surfaces in White House Race"

eNCA, October 18, 2015, Sunday – Francine Blau
"Issue of gender pay gap surfaces in White House race"

New York Times, October 17, 2015, Saturday – Ken Margolies
"Firefighters’ Union Owes Clout to Its Free-Spending Chief"

Fort Worth Star-Telegram, October 15, 2015, Thursday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Paid parental leave counterproductive for women"

Financial Times, October 11, 2015, Sunday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"US women fall behind in jobs market"

Bloomberg, October 8, 2015, Thursday – Art Wheaton
"Fiat Chrysler Said to Offer Higher Wages in New Tentative Pact"

Astro Awani, October 8, 2015, Thursday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Rising in Japan's workforce: Women"

Reuters, October 8, 2015, Thursday – Art Wheaton
"Fiat Chrysler, U.S. union UAW reach tentative agreement"

The Washington Post, October 7, 2015, Wednesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"How American women fell behind Japanese women in the workplace"

Toledo Blade, October 7, 2015, Wednesday – Art Wheaton
"UAW sends strike notice to Fiat Chrysler"

The New Yorker, October 7, 2015, Wednesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"How California’s Fair Pay Act Will Help Women"

Yahoo!, October 2, 2015, Friday – Hassan Enayati, Kevin Hallock and Linda Barrington
"Paying CEOs fat bonuses for stock performance doesn't work — Cornell study"

Huffington Post, October 2, 2015, Friday – Louis Hyman
"How to Protect the Working Poor From 300 Percent Interest Rates"

International Business Times, October 2, 2015, Friday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"As US Labor Force Participation Drops, Absence Of Paid Parental Leave Keeps Women Out Of Jobs"

The Detroit News, October 1, 2015, Thursday – Art Wheaton
"Stakes high after UAW workers reject Fiat Chrysler deal"

Toledo Blade, October 1, 2015, Thursday – Art Wheaton
"Union mulls action with Fiat Chrysler"

September 2015

Wall Street Journal, September 30, 2015, Wednesday – Fran Blau and Larry Kahn
"How to Get More Women Into the Workforce"

Detroit Free Press, September 30, 2015, Wednesday – Art Wheaton
"UAW didn't get through to members"

Wall Street Journal, September 30, 2015, Wednesday – Linda Barrington
"The U.S. Export Boom That Wasn’t"

Detroit Free Press, September 29, 2015, Tuesday – Art Wheaton
"UAW FCA contract on shaky ground as voting concludes"

ThinkProgress, September 29, 2015, Tuesday – Fran Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Income Inequality Would Be Much Worse If Women Hadn’t Entered The Workforce"

The Detroit News, September 28, 2015, Monday – Art Wheaton
"Warren Truck production workers support FCA deal"

Bankrate, September 28, 2015, Monday – Seth Harris
"The golden age of the employer?"

The Daily Progress, September 26, 2015, Saturday – Ron Ehrenberg
"Boomer retirements contributing to faculty hiring race"

New York Times, September 25, 2015, Friday – Linda Barrington
"The Sharing Economy Attracts Older Adults"

Huffington Post, September 24, 2015, Thursday – Vanessa Bohns
"If You Can't Say 'Yes,' Don't Say Anything At All"

Discovery News, September 24, 2015, Thursday – Art Wheaton
"VW Recall Was an Accident Waiting to Happen"

Pittsburgh Business Times, September 23, 2015, Wednesday – Lance Compa
"Why Point Park's adjunct deal could set precedent for region"

The Detroit News, September 23, 2015, Wednesday – Art Wheaton
"UAW workers picket in Detroit over FCA contract"

AP News, September 14, 2015, Monday – Lee Adler
"GOP's Walker proposes vast union restrictions"

Toronto Star, September 14, 2015, Monday – Art Wheaton
"UAW targets Fiat Chrysler in auto talks"

Bloomberg, September 13, 2015, Sunday – Art Wheaton
"Fiat Chrysler in Weaker State Is Surprise UAW Talks Target"

WGRZ, September 13, 2015, Sunday – Art Wheaton
"Talks Continue for new auto labor deal"

Jacobin, September 9, 2015, Wednesday – Eli Friedman
"Marketizing China"

Tampa Bay Times, September 9, 2015, Wednesday – Ileen DeVault
"Does the 8-hour day and the 40-hour week come from Henry Ford, or labor unions?"

TribLive, September 9, 2015, Wednesday – Art Wheaton
"Mediator called in to help ATI negotiations"

Chicago Sun-Times, September 8, 2015, Tuesday – Diane Burton
"In 'precariat' economy, workers cling to temp jobs"

Wall Street Journal, September 7, 2015, Monday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"Are Women the New Face of Organized Labor?"

New York Times, September 7, 2015, Monday – Sara Horowitz (alum)
"Help for the Way We Work Now"

The Atlantic, September 7, 2015, Monday – ILR School
"Can Millennials Save Unions?"

WTVR, September 6, 2015, Sunday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"Labor Day: Sept. 7 holiday honors labor movement in US, Canada"

Huffington Post, September 5, 2015, Saturday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Working Mothers, Let's Stand Out!"

August 2015

International Business Times, August 27, 2015, Thursday – Eli Friedman
"As Chinese Manufacturing Growth Cools Off, Worker Protest Mounts"

The Atlantic, August 19, 2015, Wednesday – Richard Hurd
"How to Get Low-Wage Workers Into the Middle Class"

The Guardian, August 18, 2015, Tuesday – Sam Nelson and Alex Just (alum)
"I’ve seen how debating skills win the argument for rehabilitation in jail"

The Buffalo News, August 16, 2015, Sunday – Lou Jean Fleron
"NY Fed president likes what he sees in Buffalo"

Portable Plants.com, August 12, 2015, Wednesday – Nellie Brown
"Composting equipment hazards"

Bloomberg, August 12, 2015, Wednesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Surging Childcare Costs Are Hurting More and More Americans"

Al Jazeera, August 12, 2015, Wednesday – Nellie Brown
"Trucker exhaustion poses grave danger to US motorists, say labor experts"

NY Magazine, August 11, 2015, Tuesday – Vanessa Bohns
"You’re More Persuasive Than You Think"

Fast Company, August 7, 2015, Friday – Vanessa Bohns
"Your Completely Hidden Power Of Persuasion"

Bloomberg, August 6, 2015, Thursday – Ronald Ehrenberg
"Is a $15 Minimum Wage Too High?"

Business Insider, August 6, 2015, Thursday – Sam Nelson
"6 fundamental debating tips from the coach of the world's best university debate team"

Buffalo Rising, August 5, 2015, Wednesday – ILR School
"Work to begin on Cornell University ILR School within the Market Arcade"

Pacific Standard, August 3, 2015, Monday – Louis Hyman
"The Future of Work: The Second Industrious Revolution"

Harvard Business Review, August 3, 2015, Monday – Vanessa Bohns
"You’re Already More Persuasive than You Think"

The Buffalo News, August 1, 2015, Saturday – Lee Adler
"Leadership at struggling Buffalo schools is about to change"

Rappler, August 1, 2015, Saturday – Froilan Malit
"Ex-sampaguita boy blooms in Cornell, Oxford, Gulf states"

July 2015

The Atlantic, July 30, 2015, Thursday – John Abowd
"How Fake Data Could Protect Real People’s Privacy"

NPR, July 26, 2015, Sunday – Employment and Disability Institute (EDI)
"On ADA Anniversary, Some Blame The Law For Low Employment"

The New Republic, July 23, 2015, Thursday – Lawrence Kahn and Francine Blau
"How Do You Make Sure Generous Paid Leave Doesn't Backfire on Women? Focus on Men"

Fox News, July 15, 2015, Wednesday – Vanessa Bohns
"The Dos and Don'ts of Delivering Disappointing News"

Slate, July 13, 2015, Monday – Lawrence Kahn and Francine Blau
"Hillary Clinton Wants to Help More Women Go to Work"

Al Jazeera, July 10, 2015, Friday – Lee Adler
"Scott Walker’s war with unions a likely boon for fundraising in GOP race"

Capitol Pro, July 7, 2015, Tuesday – Lee Adler
"U.F.T. charter employee claims school illegally helped union.pdf" (PDF, 26 KB)

Education Week, July 1, 2015, Wednesday – Lee Adler
"Supreme Court Case Poses Threat to Teachers' Union Financing"

The Washington Post, July 1, 2015, Wednesday – Lee Adler and Jeff Grabelsky
"The Supreme Court's threat to gut unions is giving the labor movement new life"

June 2015

Valley News Dispatch, June 30, 2015, Tuesday – Art Wheaton
"ATI contract expires today; union reports no progress in negotiations"

Business Insider, June 29, 2015, Monday – Jack Goncalo
"How being politically correct at work can boost your performance"

NPR Marketplace, June 29, 2015, Monday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"Video cameras spread to more workplaces"

Womens eNews, June 26, 2015, Friday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"Black Women Hailed as Labor's Untapped Leaders"

New York Times, June 24, 2015, Wednesday – Diane Burton
"Start-Ups Finding the Best Employees Are Actually Employed"

NPR, June 22, 2015, Monday – Francine Blau
"Husbands And Wives: Who Works, Who Doesn't?"

Clarín, June 9, 2015, Tuesday – Eli Friedman
"Las huelgas por aumento de salarios se multiplican en China"

FEI Daily, June 5, 2015, Friday – Linda Barrington
"Lets Talk About Not Talking About Compensation"

Time, June 4, 2015, Thursday – Jeff Cowie
"25 Moments That Changed America"

Atlanta Blackstar, June 3, 2015, Wednesday – Ron Ehrenberg
"Telling Poor, Smart Kids That All It Takes Is Hard Work to Be as Successful as Their Wealthy Peers Is a Blatant Lie"

Washington Post, June 2, 2015, Tuesday – Chris Collins
"Can the Senate stop low-wage employers from tying up workers with non-competes?"

Harvard Business Review, June 1, 2015, Monday – JR Keller
"The Best Way to Hire from Inside Your Company.pdf" (PDF, 85 KB)

May 2015

Fast Company, May 29, 2015, Friday – Jack Goncalo
"Keep Being Creative: Creativity Is As Good For You As It Is For Your Work"

CBC News, May 26, 2015, Tuesday – Stephanie Thomas
"The Exchange with Amanda Lang"

New York Times, May 26, 2015, Tuesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"When Family-Friendly Policies Backfire"

New York Times, May 25, 2015, Monday – Linda Barrington
"One-Time Bonuses and Perks Muscle Out Pay Raises for Workers"

Slate, May 22, 2015, Friday – Ron Ehrenberg
"Doing Their Fair Share?"

The Economist, May 16, 2015, Saturday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"A father's place"

The Detroit News, May 14, 2015, Thursday – Lisa Nishii
"Please, no more Baltimores"

Univision, May 14, 2015, Thursday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Hispanic women spearhead wage inequality in the United States"

CNN Money, May 11, 2015, Monday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Why John Oliver's Mother's Day message matters"

Buffalo Business First, May 5, 2015, Tuesday – Lou Jean Fleron
"Buffalo's Fleron to be honored by NY Senate"

Bloomberg, May 4, 2015, Friday – Fran Blau
"The Share of Female Breadwinners Is Falling Back to Its 21-Year Average"

Slate, May 1, 2015, Tuesday – Louis Hyman
"Why the CVS Burned"

April 2015

Inside Counsel, April 21, 2015, Tuesday – David Lipsky
"Cutting edge companies use dispute resolution techniques to address workplace conflict "

NPR, April 14, 2015, Tuesday – Thomas Golden
"Advocates Fight To Keep Sheltered Workshops For Workers With Disabilities"

The White House (blog), April 14, 2015, Tuesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Five Facts About the Gender Pay Gap"

The Conversation, April 10, 2015, Friday – Peter Lazes and Andrew Cook
"Unions play pivotal role making companies more competitive"

Putnam Daily Voice, April 9, 2015, Thursday – Lee Adler
"Educators Give Governor, Legislature 'F' For New Teacher Evaluation Rules"

The New York Times, April 7, 2015, Tuesday – Francine Blau
"Silicon Valley: Perks for Some Workers, Struggles for Parents"

India West, April 2, 2015, Thursday – Ron Ehrenberg
"Yale Students Protest Work Requirement for Aid Recipients"

Fast Company, April 1, 2015, Wednesday – Sara Horowitz (alum)
"Why Millennials Understand The Future Of Work Better Than Anyone Else"

WBUR, April 1, 2015, Wednesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Ending Discrimination Against Working Mothers, One Bill At A Time"

March 2015

North Country Public Radio, March 30, 2015, Monday – Thomas Golden
"Can every person with a disability hold a regular job?"

Wall Street Journal, March 30, 2015, Monday – Peter Bamberger
"Boomers Like Traditional Drug, Too"

Insidethegames.biz, March 29, 2015, Sunday – Sam Bacharach
"Samuel Bacharach explains why it's not enough just to come up with a great idea"

Detroit Free Press, March 22, 2015, Sunday – Art Wheaton
"UAW prepares to set strategy for contract talks"

The Boston Globe, March 13, 2015, Friday – Ron Ehrenberg
"College presidents worry their schools won’t survive, report says"

Chronicle of Higher Education, March 11, 2015, Wednesday – Andrew Cook (MILR '16)
"Graduate-Student Union Organizers Hail NYU Deal as a Breakthrough"

Ithaca Times, March 11, 2015, Wednesday – Ileen DeVault
"The Women of Ithaca's History"

Huffington Post, March 9, 2015, Monday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Family-Friendly Policies and the Fight For Wage Equality"

Buffalo News, March 9, 2015, Monday – Kheel Center at Cornell University
"Tale of a tragedy: ‘Triangle’ by Von Drehle is March Book Club selection"

NPR, March 8, 2015, Sunday – Employment and Disability Institute
"People With 'Invisible Disabilities' Fight For Understanding"

Al Jazeera, March 6, 2015, Friday – Ken Margolies
"Labor's Power Struggle"

PRI, March 6, 2015, Friday – Steve Miranda
"What does HR look like in the office of the future"

The Advocate, March 6, 2015, Friday – Cornell Higher Education Research Institute
"In-demand college majors may cost more"

Huffington Post, March 5, 2015, Thursday – Ron Ehrenberg
"Yale Students Protest Work Requirements For Financial Aid Recipients"

Business Insider (Australia), March 5, 2015, Thursday – Ron Ehrenberg
"A 114-year-old college that's closing its doors may have to give more than $50 million back to donors"

Inside Higher Ed, March 4, 2015, Wednesday – Ron Ehrenberg
"Why Academic Job Listings Data Matter"

February 2015

New York Times, February 28, 2015, Saturday – Fran Blau
"Health Care Opens Stable Career Path, Taken Mainly by Women"

Albany Times Union, February 27, 2015, Friday – Kate Bronfenbrenner
"As industrial jobs fade, unionized public sector workers grab a larger share of the workforce"

Capital New York, February 27, 2015, Friday – Lee Adler
"Cuomo’s heroes-and-villains approach to labor"

The Buffalo News, February 26, 2015, Thursday – Art Wheaton
"Ford’s 400 new jobs in Oakville bode well for Hamburg plant"

Innovation Hub, February 26, 2015, Thursday – Steve Miranda
"The End of Human Resources?"

San Francisco Chronicle, February 26, 2015, Thursday – Art Wheaton
"Manufacturing jobs going unfilled"

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, February 26, 2015, Thursday – Art Wheaton
"Manufacturing woes rise; experts eye higher wages"

NPR On Point, February 25, 2015, Wednesday – Beth Livingston
"Wage Inequality And The Gender Gap"

Marketplace, February 25, 2015, Wednesday – Linda Barrington
"TJMaxx and Marshalls set to increase minimum wage"

Slate Magazine, February 24, 2015, Tuesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"If America Is Hell for Working Women, France Might Just Be Heaven"

CNN Money, February 24, 2015, Tuesday – Lance Compa
"Want a raise? Join a union"

Forbes, February 24, 2015, Tuesday – Global Labor Institute
"Obama Vetoes Keystone Bill, But The Saga Is Not Quite Over"

CNBC, February 23, 2015, Monday – Francine Blau
"Health Care Opens Stable Career Path, Taken Mainly by Women"

Buffalo News, February 22, 2015, Sunday – Art Wheaton
"GM plants ready for an eventful year"

New York Times, February 22, 2015, Sunday – Francine Blau
"Health Care Opens Stable Career Path, Taken Mainly by Women"

New York Times, February 21, 2015, Saturday – Lance Compa
"Making a Promise to Stay Silent"

Epoch Times, February 19, 2015, Thursday – Alex Colvin
"Here’s Why Walmart Will Spend $1Billion on Raises for 500,000 Workers"

Time, February 19, 2015, Thursday – Jeff Cowie
"How Walmart’s Pay Hike Puts Pressure on McDonald’s"

AHA Today, February 18, 2015, Wednesday - Verónica Martínez-Matsuda
"AHA Member Spotlight"

Newsday, February 13, 2015, Friday – Linda Barrington
"Despite job gains, wages remain in decline on Long Island"

Marketplace, February 12, 2015, Thursday – Harry Katz
"Workers strike while the economy is hot"

Fast Company, February 10, 2015, Tuesday – Jack Goncalo
"Why Being Politically Correct Fosters More Creative Ideas"

The Wall Street Journal, February 9, 2015, Monday – Eli Friedman
"China Labor Ties Fray as Grievances Rise, Economic Growth Slows"

Innovation Trail, February 5, 2015, Thursday – Nellie Brown
"On-the-job injuries higher for public sector"

Fast Company, February 3, 2015, Tuesday – Emily Zitek
"6 Mistakes You're Probably Making When Scheduling Meetings"

Al Jazeera America, February 3, 2015, Tuesday – Lee Adler
"US oil workers strike over pay, benefits and safety"

Huffington Post, February 2, 2015, Monday – Louis Hyman
"Lots Of Credit Reports Have Mistakes. But Good Luck Getting Yours Fixed"

LaborPress, February 2, 2015, Monday – Gene Carroll
"NY Labor's Answer To Lagging Membership Rates"

January 2015

National Journal, January 31, 2015, Saturday – Jefferson Cowie and Nick Salvatore
"The Emerging Republican Advantage"

Bloomberg, January 28, 2015, Wednesday – Ron Ehrenberg
"Harvard Beats Stanford, Raising Record $1.16 Billion in a Year"

The New York Times, January 28, 2015, Wednesday – Alan Krueger (alum)
"Uber’s Business Model Could Change Your Work"

Smithsonian.com, January 28, 2015, Wednesday – Jack Goncalo
"Being Politically Correct Can Actually Boost Creativity"

The American Prospect, January 27, 2015, Tuesday – Lance Compa
"Labor at a Crossroads: How Unions Can Thrive in the 21st Century"

NPR, January 24, 2015, Saturday – Michelle Duguid (alum)
"Study Says Creativity Can Flow From Political Correctness"

The Atlantic, January 23, 2015, Friday – Gene Carroll
"Why Can't Unions Keep Up With the Economy?"

Bankrate, January 20, 2015, Tuesday – Seth Harris
"Find the minimum wage for your state"

Huffington Post, January 20, 2015, Tuesday – Francine Blau
"How America Is Failing Working Moms"

Bloomberg, January 20, 2015, Tuesday – Seth Harris
"Obama Speech Nods to Populism Gone Mainstream"

Medscape, January 13, 2015, Tuesday – Peter Bamberger
"A Toast to Retirement? Seniors Do It Too Often"

Vice.com, January 8, 2015, Thursday – Lance Compa
"Conservatives Have a New Plan for Busting America's Unions"

Japan Times, January 6, 2015, Tuesday – Gary Fields
"Working hard but staying poor"

The Washington Post, January 6, 2015, Tuesday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"More immigrants could mean slightly lower wages in blue-collar jobs"

Tampa Bay Times, January 4, 2015, Sunday – Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"Why social policy hurts women in the workplace"