ILR in the News Archive

December 2019

Forbes - December 26 - Vanessa Bohns
Three Actions For Becoming More Persuasive And Influential

Jacobin - December 24 - Kate Bronfenbrenner
The Loophole that Stole Christmas for Movie Theater Workers

Bloomberg Businessweek - December 19 - Alex Colvin
Wall Street's Machine of Silence Stopped a #MeToo Movement

The Washington Post - December 15 - Eli Friedman
They built a Chinese boomtown. It left them dying of lung disease with nowhere to turn. 

City & State - December 13 - Maria Figueroa
New York wants to write its own rules for the gig economy

NPR - December 12 - Alex Colvin
McDonald's Not Responsible For How Franchisees Treat Workers, U.S. Agency Rules

The Philadelphia Inquirer - December 11 - Kate Bronfenbrenner
Philly's Einstein Medical Center spent 1.1 million on 'union avoidance.' It isn't alone.  

Institutional Investor - December 10 - Alex Colvin
Noncompete Agreements Have Become 'Ubiquitous' in Financial Services and Elsewhere

Detroit News - December 10 - Art Wheaton 
Strong support for UAW-Fiat Chrysler deal at major assembly plants

Kokomo Tribune - December 10 - Art Wheaton
Local UAW workers approve new contract

The Daily Sun - December 10 - Alex Colvin
ILR Dean Delves Into World of Work in New Podcast

Jacobin - December 5 - Eli Friedman
Why Leftists Should Support Hong Kong's Fight for Democratic Rights

CBS News - December 5 - Kate Bronfenbrenner
AMC Theatre workers press for holiday and overtime pay

Fast Company - December 5 - Tae-Youn Park
How to deal with the problem of needing another offer to get a raise

Bloomberg Law - December 4 - Lance Compa
'Culture of Fear' Grips UPS; Workers Say injuries Underreported

November 2019

The New York Times, November 23- Risa Lieberwitz
Our Professor's Views are Vile, University Says, But We Can't Fire Him

Huffington Post - November 22 - Kate Bronfenbrenner
Why Some Brands are Leading a Black Friday Boycott

CNBC Nightly Business Report - November 22 - Art Wheaton
GM Racketeering Lawsuit Complicates FCA Merger Plans, UAW Talks

The Detroit News - November 21 - Art Wheaton
Leadership Unclear as UAW Faces its 'Most Critical Moment'

Newsweek - November 20 - Erica Groshen
At Tonight's Debate, Democrats Will Offer Silver Bullets. But These Alone Will Not Solve Inequality 

Forbes - November 20 - JR Keller
LinkedIn For the Working Class

The New Republic - November 19 - Louis Hyman
How to Break Up Corporate Giants

Bloomberg - November 18 - Vanessa Bohns
MeToo Encourages Companies to Re-evaluate Workplace Policies, Says Cornell Professor

BNN Bloomberg - November 18 - Art Wheaton
Fiat Chrysler Clashes With Union Spoiling For Another Strike 

The GW Hatchet - November 17 - Risa Lieberwitz
The Board of Trustees Task Forces Behind GW's Top Initiatives, Explained

The Detroit News - November 17 - Art Wheaton

Temps, Former Tier 2 Biggest Challenge for FCA in Labor Talks

The Detroit News - November 14 - Art Wheaton
UAW Expected to Ratify Contract with Ford

Bloomberg, November 12 - Art Wheaton
Ford Workers Embracing New Union Contract as Deadline Nears

NewsGram, November 10 - Louis Hyman
Reasons For Bigger Houses In America

NewsGram, November 9 - Louis Hyman
Fastest Growing Jobs in America Continue To Shrink for The Middle Class. 

The Economist, November 9 - Vanessa Bohns
McDonald’s fires its boss over a workplace romance

The New Zealand Herald, November 9 - Vanessa Bohns
Police office romance in the MeToo era

The Guardian, November 8 - Ifeoma Ajunwa
The rise of microchipping: are we ready for technology to get under the skin?

The Ithaca Times, November 6 - Ian Collin Greer
Union Fever: Local organizing is spreading in Ithaca

Ladders, November 5 - Francine Blau
"Millennial women are twice as likely as their mothers to make more money than their partners"

The Detroit News, November 5 - Art Wheaton
"Pending Fiat Chrysler merger could complicate UAW talks"

The LA Times, November 4 -Vanessa Bohns
Fired McDonald’s CEO gets to keep $37 million in stock awards

Chicago Tribune, November 4 - Vanessa Bohns
"McDonald's fired its CEO for sleeping with an employee – research shows why even consensual office romances can be a problem"

U.S. News and World Report, November 1 - Lee Adler
"Striking for the Common Good"

October 2019

The New York Times, October 31 - Ileen DeVault 
Chicago Teachers’ Strike, Longest in Decades, Ends 

Detroit Free Press, October 31- Harry Katz
"Ford's former violent, thuggish relationship with UAW has completely flipped"

HR Dive, October 31 - KC Wagner
1 in 10 New Yorkers say they've experienced 'quid pro quo' sexual harassment

BoulderWeekly.com, October 30 - Lance Compa
"U.S. being treated like a developing nation"

BBC News, October 30 - Ileen DeVault
"Why US teachers have been walking out of schools nationwide"

Phys.org, October 30 - Ariel Avgar
"Firm's strategic orientation shapes how it resolves workplace dispute"

WBUR, October 30 - Ifeoma Ajunwa
"Your AI Interviewer Will See You Now"

Business Insider, October 30 - Francine Blau
"Millennial women are twice as likely as their mothers to make more money than their partners"

The Guardian, October 30 - Art Wheaton
"'Bosses take note': why GM's strike could inspire more collective action"

WBFO88.7, October 29 - Art Wheaton
"As GM workers get back to work, Ford bargaining expected to be less adversarial"

MSN, October 28 - Art Wheaton
"With GM contract set, UAW takes its fight to Ford and Fiat Chrysler"

Lincoln Journal Star, October 27 - Harry Katz
"Waiting for ratification, UAW workers reflect on America's anxiety about overall economy"

WBEN, October 25 - Art Wheaton
"Wheaton on the UAW GM ratification votes"

NY Daily News, October 25 - Art Wheaton
"Early UAW voting leans toward ratification, but there is still a long way to go" -- First citation.

The Crescent News, October 25 - Art Wheaton
"Early UAW voting leans toward ratification, but there is still a long way to go" -- Second citation.

The Wesleyan Argus, October 25 - Eli Friedman
"US Educational Engagement with China: Looking at Three Universities' Attempted Ventures"

Norwalkreflector.com, October 24 - Harry Katz
"Waiting for ratification, UAW workers reflect America's anxiety about overall economy"

Market Research Feed, October 24 - Art Wheaton
"GM strike: The deal for workers is far from perfect"

Detroit Free Press, October 24 - Art Wheaton
"Early UAW voting leans toward ratification, but there's still a long way to go"

Deccanherald.com, October 24 - Ariel Avgar
"Bridging Theory and Practice in B-Schools"

Wyomingpublicmedia.org, October 23 - Art Wheaton
"'It's Time To Get Something Back': Union Workers' Voices Are Getting Louder"

TDS, October 23 - Harry Katz
"Waiting for ratification, UAW strikers reflect America's anxiety about overall economy" -- First citation.

Herald Courier, October 23 - Harry Katz
"Waiting for ratification, UAW strikers reflect America's anxiety about overall economy" -- Second citation.

Detroit Free Press, October 23 - Harry Katz
"Waiting for ratification, UAW strikers reflect America's anxiety about overall economy" -- Third citation.

Scienmag.com, October 22 - Thomas Golden
"Promising lessons learned from PROMISE"

WBFO88.7, October 22 - KC Wagner
"Workplace Sexual Harassment Widespread in NYS, According to Cornell Report"

WSKG, October 21 - KC Wagner
"Cornell Report: Workplace Sexual Harassment Widespread in New York"

Saulkvalley.com, October 21 - Harry Katz
"UAW workers may yet strike at Ford and Fiat"

Detroit Free Press, October 21 - Harry Katz
"It's 'possible' UAW workers will strike Ford, FCA if pushed for contract concessions"

EUTC.org, October 21 - Lance Compa
"These European Corporations Abuse the Rights of Working People in America's Southern States"

MSN - Money, October 21 - Art Wheaton
"Federal corruption probe, strike loom over UAW’s voting on proposed labor contract with GM" -- First citation.

CNBC -NBR, October 21 - Art Wheaton
"Federal corruption probe, strike loom over UAW’s voting on proposed labor contract with GM" -- Second citation.

Automotive News, October 19 - Art Wheaton
"What the GM deal means for Ford, FCA talks"

Techtarget, October 16 - Ifeoma Ajunwa
"A backlash emerges over automated interviewing"

Capital Public Radio, October 16 - John Abowd
"Census Bureau Asks States For Driver's License Records To Produce Citizenship Data"

Employment Screening Resources News, October 16 - Ifeoma Ajunwa
"Expert Warns Using Automated Hiring with AI to Avoid Human Bias is Misguided"

CNBC, October 16 - Art Wheaton
"GM, UAW agree on tentative labor contract that could end a monthlong strike by 48,000 workers"

Vox, October 11 - Alex Colvin
"Hollywood and Silicon Valley can no longer silence women with this contract clause"

The New York Times: Newsedge, October 8 - Ifeoma Ajunwa
"Beware of Automated Hiring"

Forbes, October 4 - Louis Hyman
"Down 29%, Here’s Why Uber’s Staffing Gambit Won’t Make Its Stock Pop"

Voanews, October 3 - Louis Hyman
"How Sears Catalog Fought White Supremacists"

Bloomberg Law, October 2 - Ifeoma Ajunwa
"Facebook Job Ad Bias Claims Would Be Touch to Prove, Lawyers Say"

CNBC, October 1 - Art Wheaton
"GM lays off 6,000 additional workers in Mexico due to UAW strike"

September 2019

Forbes, September 30 - Louis Hyman
"California’s Gig Worker Law … Is Going To Fail"

CNBC, September 30 - Art Wheaton
"‘Strike pay’ kicks in at $250 a week for GM union members as work stoppage hits home"

The Guardian, September 30 - Harry Katz
"A strike for the little guy: auto workers hope a deal will change the industry"

Automotive News, September 29 - Art Wheaton
"A lengthy strike adds to ratification challenges"

Breitbart, September 28 - Art Wheaton
"General Motors strike approaches third week"

Jalopnik, September 27 - Harry Katz
"GM Backs Down On Cutting Off Healthcare For Its Striking Workers"

Detroit Free Press, September 26 - Harry Katz
"GM tells striking union members it will continue their health coverage"

Chicago Tribune, September 26 - Harry Katz
"GM dumped health care for striking workers. That poured gas on fire, expert says" -- First citation.

Standard Examiner, September 20 - Louis Hyman
"Worried about unlivable wages and job security, Weber State guest lecturer shares solutions with business students"

Vox, September 20 - Alex Colvin
"The House just passed a bill that would give millions of workers the right to sue their boss"

USA Today and Detroit Free Press, September 18 - Harry Katz
"GM dumped health care for striking workers. That poured gas on fire, expert says" -- Second citation.

The Wall Street Journal, September 17 - Ifeoma Ajunwa
"Do Messaging Apps Fit Into the Workplace? Not Always Comfortably"

Newmarkettoday, September 16 – Marya Besharov
“BEYOND LOCAL: Balancing social gains and business revenue in the non-profit sector”

Washington Post, September 16 – Harry Katz
“GM strike lurches on as Trump and other political leaders watch and wait”

Economist, September 12 – Harry Katz
“Beleaguered unions seek members beyond the factory floor”

NJTV News, September 11 - Ifeoma Ajunwa
“Newark conference raises awareness about AI algorithmic bias”

The Atlantic, September 10 - Louis Hyman
“STEM is Overrated; College is not just job prep, and the job market changes constantly"

TPM, September 9 – John Abowd
“Census Bureau Offers New Clues About Plan To Collect Data For GOP Power Grab”

Breitbart, September 8 – Art Wheaton
“UAW scandal, weakening car sales means tough contract talks”

Axios, September 7 - Ifeoma Ajunwa
"What your office knows about you"

The New York Times, September 1 - Ifeoma Ajunwa
"Cooking Eggs in the Morning and Shucking Oysters at Night, Thanks to an App"

Des Moines Register, September 1 - Louis Hyman
"You just don't know what to expect': The freedom and fights of Iowa's gig economy"

Atlanta Journal Constitution, September 1 - Kate Bronfenbrenner
"Union fight puts Delta in spotlight amid tense political climate"

August 2019

Los Angeles Times, August 30 – Louis Hyman
"Opinion: What does Labor Day mean in a gig economy?"

Prince George Citizen, August 30 – Marya Besharov
"How Non-profits can do business"

CNBC, August 30 - Art Wheaton
"Federal raids on auto union set stage for unprecedented contract talks with Ford, GM, Fiat Chrysler"

WSAZ-TV, August 30 – Lee Adler
"Students document life in West Virginia for Cornell University class"

Worth.com, August 29 - Marya Besharov
"How Non-Profits Can Use Business as a Force for Good"

CNBC, August 29 - Rosemary Batt
"Panera is losing nearly 100% of its workers every year as fast-food turnover crisis worsens"

Thehour.com, August 27 – Marya Besharov
“Why Charities are Launching For-Profit Businesses”

Entrepreneur, August 26 – Marya Besharov
“Why Charities Are Launching For-Profit Businesses”

Entrepreneur, August 23 – Samuel Bacharach
“Agile Leaders Help Organizations Thrive”

Stanford Social Innovation Review, August 22 - Marya Besharov
“Promises and Pitfalls of Earned-Income Business Models”

San Marcos Corridor News, August 22 – John Abowd
“Where Do College Graduates Go For Jobs”

Stanford Social Innovation Review, August 20- Marya Besharov
"Nonprofits’ Many Roads to Revenue Generation"

The New York Times, August 19 - Adam Seth Litwin
"Shareholder Value Is No Longer Everything, Top C.E.O.s Say"

NY Times -Opinion, August 10 – Louis Hyman
“E-Commerce Promised the World. Are We Happy With Our Purchase?”

Vox, August 8, 2019 - Louis Hyman
“Why Amazon pays warehouse employees to tweet about their jobs”

MarketWatch, August 4 – Ifeoma Ajunwa
“Your employer has more confidential data on you than Amazon, Apple or Facebook”

July 2019

TechCrunch, July 30 – Louis Hyman
“Inside the history of Silicon Valley labor”

The College Fix, July 29 - Risa Lieberwitz
"Nationwide faculty group comes out against new campus free speech law"

Business Insider, July 28 - Ileen DeVault
"A tweet from Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez convinced me I've been using the wrong word to describe waitresses.  Here's why I'll never call them 'unskilled' again"

Bloombergenvironment.com, July 27 – Ariel Avgar
"Labor Dispute Between EPA, Workers’ Union Heats Up"

Money - MSN.com, July 26 - Ifeoma Ajunwa
"Your employer has more intimate data on you than Amazon, Apple, Facebook"

The New York Times, July 24 – Maria Figueroa
"My Frantic Life as a Cab-Dodging, Tip-Chasing Food App Deliveryman"

Inthesetimes.com, July 18 - Kate Bronfenbrenner
A Quiet Trump Administration Rule Change Could Allow a Federal Union-Busting Spree

Automotive News, July 15 – Art Wheaton
"Automakers aim to curb health-care costs"

The Philadelphia Inquirer, July 10 - Rosemary Batt
“The health care industry is growing, but not all jobs are equal. For Hahnemann workers, what are the prospects?”

Vox, July 10 - Fran Blau and Larry Kahn
"Kamala Harris’s new paid family leave plan is the most generous yet"

July 8, 2019, Podcasts.com – Ifeoma Ajunwa
“Ethical Challenges with Technology in the Workplace”

CNBC, July 23 - Art Wheaton
"Disruption, corruption loom over UAW union talks with Big Three Detroit automakers"

June 2019

Voanews.com, June 4, Tuesday - Eli Friedman
"30 Years After Tiananmen, China Still Suspicious of Student Labor Ties"

Apple Podcasts, June 4, Tuesday - Ifeoma Ajunwa
"Ifeoma Ajunwa on Quantifying Workers"

Poughkeepsie Journal.com, June 3, Monday - Melissa DeRosa, ILR alumna
"Cuomo's right hand Melissa DeRosa is unapologetically fierce"

May 2019

Cornell Chronicle, May 13, Tuesday - Brian Lucas
"Brian Lucas: Studying motivation in and out of the workplace"

MSN, May 12, Monday - Lance Compa
"Delta told workers to save up for football, beer and video games instead of joining a union"

Apple Podcast, May 11, Saturday - Louis Hyman
"Louis Hyman on the Rise of the Gig Economy; Who Makes Cents?: A History of Capitalism Podcast"

Fordham Law News, May 10, Friday - Ifeoma Ajunwa
"Algorithmic Injustice in the Age of the Digital Poorhouse"

"A quarter of Americans don't trust Census on citizenship: Reuters/Ipsos poll"

The Conference Board, May 10, Friday - Susanne M. Bruyère
"Disability in the Workplace in China: How to Move the Needle"

Cheddar, May 8, Wednesday - Maria Figueroa
"Nearing Uber IPO, Ride-Hailing App Drivers Go on Strike"

Cheddar, May 8, Wednesday - Maria Figueroa
"Drivers Protest for Better Pay as Uber Prepares to go Public"

Portside, May 4, Saturday - Kate Bronfenbrenner
"Trump Labor Board Postpones VW Vote: Company Manufactures Climate of Fear" -- First citation.

Ocnus.net, May 4, Saturday - Kate Bronfenbrenner
"Trump Labor Board Postpones VW Vote: Company Manufactures Climate of Fear" -- Second citation.

Tompkins County Workers Center, May 3, Friday - Ian Greer
"Tompkins County Living Wage Updated Today - Now $15.37"

The Cornell Daily Sun, May 3, Friday - Nellie Brown
"Sheriff, District Attorney Weigh In on Legalizing Recreational Marijuana"

The Washington Post, May 3, Friday - Ileen DeVault
"Trump’s fight with Biden over union endorsement foreshadows a fierce battle over labor votes in 2020"

The Guardian, May 3, Friday - Lee Adler
"It's because we were union members': Boeing fires workers who organized" -- First citation.

Equities.com, May 3, Friday - Lee Adler
"It's because we were union members': Boeing fires workers who organized" -- Second citation.

Sage Journal, May 1, Wednesday - Rachel Aleks
"What Professionals Want: Union and Employer Tactics in Representation Elections of Professional Workers"

Harvard Business Review, May-June 2019 Issue - JR Keller
"Your Approach to Hiring Is All Wrong"

April 2019

newswise, April 30, Tuesday - Linda Donahue
"Gig company workers classified as contractors have no protections"

Buffalo Law Journal, April 30, Tuesday - Alex Colvin, Catherine Creighton
"Panel brings prominent labor law figures together"

The New York Times, April 30, Tuesday - Vanessa Bohns
"Would You Let the Police Search Your Phone?"

Globenewswire.com, April 30, Tuesday - Kheel Center
"City of Workers, City of Struggle Opens at the Museum of the City of New York on May 1"

The Wall Street Journal, April 30, Tuesday - Erica Groshen
"Government Economists Turn to Big Data to Track the Economy"

Cornell Chronicle, April 26, Friday - Sam Bacharach
"Leading Cornell renamed in honor of Sam Bacharach"

Cornell Chronicle, April 26, Friday - Kheel Center
"Exhibit on labor movements features Kheel Center artifacts"

Forbes.com, April 24, Wednesday - Alex Colvin
"Lamps Plus, Inc. v. Varela"

Casetext.com, April 23, Tuesday - Vanessa Bohns
"Is It Time To Talk Instead Of Text?"

Money, April 12, Friday - Art Wheaton
"Robots Are Coming to Walmart And Making Employees Scared for Their Jobs" -- First citation.

Yahoo Finance, April 12, Friday - Art Wheaton
"Robots Are Coming to Walmart And Making Employees Scared for Their Jobs" -- Second citation.

The Detroit News, April 12, Friday - Art Wheaton
"Robots Are Coming to Walmart And Making Employees Scared for Their Jobs" -- Third citation.

Cyberharvard.edu, April 9, Tuesday - Ifeoma Ajunwa
"The Quantified Worker and Worker Surveillance" -- First citation.

Soundcloud.com, April 9, Tuesday - Ifeoma Ajunwa
"The Quantified Worker and Worker Surveillance" -- Second citation.

SSRN, April 9, 2019, Tuesday - Ifeoma Ajunwa
"Limitless Worker Surveillance?"

Playerfm, April 9, 2019, Tuesday - Ifeoma Ajunwa
"The Quantified Worker and Worker Surveillance with Ifeoma Ajunwa"

The Detroit News, April 9, Tuesday - Art Wheaton
"Ford, GM and Toyota collaborate for self-driving safety rules" -- First citation.

Cornell Chronicle, April 9, Tuesday - Eli Friedman
"Social Scientists analyze the dynamics shaping China's cities"

Cyber.Harvard.edu, April 8, Monday - Ifeoma Ajunwa
"Cornell Professor Ifeoma Ajunwa Discusses Artificial Intelligence Used In Hirings" -- First citation.

Northcountrypublicradio.org, April 8, Monday - Ifeoma Ajunwa
"Cornell Professor Ifeoma Ajunwa Discusses Artificial Intelligence Used In Hirings" -- Second citation.

Nevada Public Radio, April 8, Monday - Ifeoma Ajunwa
"Cornell Professor Ifeoma Ajunwa Discusses Artificial Intelligence Used In Hirings" -- Third citation.

Wnyc.org, April 8, Monday - Ifeoma Ajunwa
"Cornell Professor Ifeoma Ajunwa Discusses Artificial Intelligence Used In Hirings" -- Fourth citation.

Gpbnews.org, April 8, Monday - Ifeoma Ajunwa
"Cornell Professor Ifeoma Ajunwa Discusses Artificial Intelligence Used In Hirings" -- Fifth citation.

kuow.org, April 8, Monday - Ifeoma Ajunwa
"Cornell Professor Ifeoma Ajunwa Discusses Artificial Intelligence Used In Hirings" -- Sixth citation.

NPR, April 8, Monday - Ifeoma Ajunwa
"Cornell Professor Ifeoma Ajunwa Discusses Artificial Intelligence Used In Hirings" -- Seventh citation.

The Cornell Daily Sun, April 7, Sunday - ILR School
"GUEST ROOM | ‘Singling Out’ President Pollack’s Divestment Confusion"

The Cornell Sun, April 7, Sunday - Risa Lieberwitz
"Indonesian Union Leaders, Slated to Speak at ILR Union Days, Denied Visas to Travel"

The Washington Post, April 5, Friday - Erica Groshen
"The U.S. added 196,000 jobs in March as economy shows signs of spring bounce"

Bloomberg, April 5, Friday - Erica Groshen
"U.S. Jobs Rebound Reassures on Growth But Comes With Caveats"

The Detroit News, April 3, Wednesday - Art Wheaton
"Ford, GM and Toyota collaborate for self-driving safety rules" -- Second citation.

Cornell Chronicle, April 3, Wednesday - Alex Colvin
"Forced arbitration a growing problem, says ILR interim dean"

PBS.org, April 2, Tuesday - Fran Blau
"Could this House bill close the pay gap between women and men?"

March 2019

Law.yale.edu, March 29, 2019, Friday - Ifeoma Ajunwa
"Ifeoma Ajunwa on the Paradox of Automation as Anti-Bias Intervention"

HRExecutive.com, March 28, 2019, Thursday - Ileen DeVault
"3 Women Who Changed the Workplace"

Cornell Chronicle, March 27, 2019, Wednesday - ILR Union Days Keynote
"Many factory workers denied basic human rights, says ILR event speaker"

Princeton University Industrial Relations Section, March 25, 2019, Monday - Mallika Thomas
"The Impact of Mandated Maternity Benefits on the Gender Differential in Promotions: Examining the Role of Adverse Selection"

Cornell Chronicle, March 21, 2019, Thursday - Alan Krueger '83 dies at 58
"Economics pioneer Krueger ’83 dies at 58"

Soundcloud.com, March 19, 2019, Tuesday - Shannon Gleeson
"Immigrant Workers' Rights with Shannon Gleeson, Cornell University"

Jacobin Magazine, March 19, 2019, Tuesday - Alan Krueger and Louis Hyman
"Just How Precarious Is the US Economy?"

Vox, March 14, 2019, Thursday - Lawrence Kahn
"The GOP's deeply flawed paid family leave plan, explained"

Cornell Chronicle, March 14, 2019, Thursday - Alice H. Cook
"Cornellians win Cook Awards for improving campus climate for women"

Quality Digest, March 13, 2019, Wednesday- Louis Hyman
"Work Quality and Life Quality, Digitalization Lefts Them Both"

The Cornell Daily Sun, March 12, 2019, Tuesday - Louis Hyman
"Are Robots Competing For Your Job?"

Cornell Chronicle, March 6, 2019, Wednesday - 570 Lexington
"ILR School celebrates opening of NYC headquarters"

The New Yorker, March 4, 2019, Monday - 570 Lexington
"NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio Christens New ILR Outpost in Midtown"

February 2019

The Cornell Daily Sun, February 28, 2019, Thursday - ILR School
"GUEST ROOM|A Call for Transparency and Labor Focus in the ILR Dean Search"

WGNTV.com, February 27, 2019, Wednesday - Louis Hyman
"How the Sears catalog revolutionized the way blacks shopped"

The New York Times, February 21, 2019, Thursday - Louis Hyman
"Out of the Shadows"

The New York Times, February 21, 2019, Thursday - Louis Hyman
"The New Labor Movement Fighting for Domestic Workers' Rights"

Rewire.com, February 18, 2019, Monday - Sam Nelson
"The Key to Winning an Argument Isn’t What You Think"

The New Yorker, February 18, 2019, Monday - Nick Salvatore
"Eugene V. Debs And The Endurance Of Socialism" -- First citation.

Hrmorning.com, February 15, 2019, Thursday - Stephanie Thomas
"Pay transparency: A new tool to boost employee engagements"

Boston Globe, February 14, 2019, Wednesday - Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"The glass ceiling is even higher in the penthouse."

The Buffalo News, February 13, 2019, Thursday - Linda Barrington
"Pay transparency: A new tool to boost employee engagementis"

Cornell Chronicle, February 13, 2019, Wednesday - Ifeoma Ajunwa and Martin Wells
"Social scientists take on data driven discrimination"

Axios.com, February 13, 2019, Wednesday - Louis Hyman
"1 big thing: Walmart — the anti-Amazon"

Buffalo News, February 13, 2019, Wednesday - KC Wagner and Linda Barrington
"Study polls New Yorkers on workplace 'quid pro quo' sex harassment"

Washington Post, February 13, 2019, Wednesday - Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"The glass ceiling is even higher in the penthouse. Among the 1 percent, women are scarce."

Local 3 IBEW, February 12, 2019, Tuesday - Lois Gray
"Local 3 Remembers Lois Gray"

Forbes, February 12, 2019, Monday - Louis Hyman
"Eugene V. Debs And The Endurance Of Socialism" -- Second citation.

Slate Magazine, February 12, 2019, Tuesday - Francine Blau and Lawrence Kahn
"America's Insanely Expensive Child Care Is a Serious Economic Problem"

Newstral, February 12, 2019, Tuesday - Louis Hyman
"What it's like to work inside Apple's 'black site''"

Bloomberg, February 11, 2019, Monday - Louis Hyman
"What It's Like to Work Inside Apple's 'Back Site'"

Forbes, February 11, 2019, Monday - Louis Hyman
"The Long Road To The Future Of Work'"

Wall Street Journal, February 9, 2019, Saturday - Ileen DeVault
"Number of Workers Striking Across the US Jumped in 2018"

Cornell Chronicle, February 7, 2019, Thursday - Diane Burton
"Experts: Update the social contract to protect all workers"

The Ithaca Voice, February 6, 2019, Wednesday - Worker Institute
"Wage theft is criminal and should be prosecuted, says Tompkins DA says"

WHEC.com, February 1, 2019, Friday - Nellie Brown
"Health experts: Hard to pinpoint cause of cancer in Albion Schools"

The Cornell Daily Sun, February 1, 2019, Friday - Evan Riehl
"Cornell Received $3.5 Million in 2018 Application Fees, Highest Among Ivy League Schools"

Baltimore Sun, February 1, 2019, Friday - John Abowd
"In Maryland census trial, Trump administration tries to show citizenship question would not harm the 2020 count"

Pressreader, February 1, 2019, Friday - John Abowd
"Government attorneys argue that it would not harm count accuracy"

January 2019

newsarticleinsiderss.com, January 31, 2019, Thursday - Eli Friedman
"Student protests in the people's Republic of: China's new Marxists"

www1.nyc.gov, January 31, 2019, Thursday - KC Wagner
"Department of Consumer Affairs Releases Second Annual Report on the State of Workers' Rights in New York City"

Rochesterfirst.com, WROC Channel 8, January 31, 2019, Thursday - Nellie Brown
"Albion Central Schools brings in expert to talk about cancer cluster"

Time Business, January 29, 2019, Tuesday - Erica Groshen
"'We're Flying Blind.' The Shutdown Is Making it Harder for Economists to Understand the Shutdown"

Ithaca Journal, January 28, 2019, Monday - Shannon Gleeson
"Tompkins County Workers Center to hold informational session to fight wage theft" -- First citation.

Ithaca Journal, January 28, 2019, Monday - Shannon Gleeson
"Tompkins County Workers Center to hold informational session to fight wage theft" -- Second citation.

Nytimes.com, January 25, 2019, Friday - Fran Blau, Lawrence Kahn
"When Paid Leave, Gates Foundation Says There Can Be Too Much of a Good Thing"

Bloomberg, January 25, 2019, Friday - Erica Groshen
"The Shutdown Is Driving the Government's Data Wonks to the Private Sector"

Bloomberg, January 24, 2019, Thursday - Alex Colvin
"This Is What Happens When You Try to Sue Your Boss"

Cornell Chronicle, January 23, 2019, Wednesday - ILR School
"Historic building is hub for Cornell in NYC"

Cornell Chronicle, January 23, 2019, Wednesday - Brian Lucas
"What happens when bosses don't practice what they preach?"

Businesswire.com, January 22, 2019, Tuesday - Susanne Bruyere
"Are Cities Ready for the Next Wave of Technology Disruption? Oliver Wyman Leads the Discussion"

Drdianehamilton.com, January 22, 2019, Tuesday - Samuel Bacharach
"Mentoring Communities with Dondi Scumaci and Dealing With Organizational Inertia with Dr. Sam Bacharach"

Idahostatejournal.com, January 18, 2019, Friday - K. Lisa Yang
"Autism Speaks elects three business leaders to its national board"

Cornell Chronicle, January 18, 2019, Friday - Kevin Hallock
"Well-being fair teaches skills, highlights Cornell resources"

Americanprogress.org, January 18, 2019, Friday - Alex Colvin
"How Workers Get Paid Is Changing: Consumer Protections Need to Catch Up"

MarketWatch, January 16, 2019, Wednesday - Ron Ehrenberg
"One year after offering free tuition, applications to NYU medical school surge" -- First citation.

Newswise.com, January 15, 2019, Tuesday - Lara Skinner
"New York 'Green New Deal' and marijuana legalization in the spotlight"

MarketWatch, January 15, 2019, Tuesday - Ron Ehrenberg
"One year after offering free tuition, applications to NYU medical school surge" -- Second citation.

Newswise.com, January 15, 2019, Tuesday - Lee Adler
"Teachers union strike counters efforts to 'charterize' LA schools"

NPR.com, January 12, 2019, Saturday - Yang Tan Institute
"Deaf and Unemployed: 1,000+ Applications But Still No Full-Time Job"

Inthesetimes.com, January 11, 2019, Friday - Kate Bronfenbrenner
"Disaster Averted: How Unions Have Dodged the Blow of Janus (So Far)"

Courthousenews.com, January 11, 2019, Friday - John Abowd
"Scientist Defends Commerce Secretary's 'Open Mind' On Census Question"

Nydailynews.com, January 8, 2019, Tuesday - Louis Hyman
"How the Sears catalog dominated the market and influenced American history"

FoxNews, January 8, 2019, Tuesday - Vernon Briggs
"Tucker Carlson: Rich, white people benefit most from low-wage immigration. That why they call walls racist"

Bloomberglaw.com, January 7, 2019, Monday - Ifeoma Ajunwa
"DNA Testing? You Might Want to Wait for More Legal Protection"

Cornell Chronicle, January 3, 2019, Thursday - Louis Hyman
"As the digital economy grows, home becomes the workplace of the future"

USA Today, azcentral, January 3, 2019, Thursday - John Abowd
"2020 Census:  Changes to guard privacy could make it less useful to researchers, businesses"

Los Angeles Review of Books, January 2, 2019, Wedsday - Louis Hyman
"The Death of Job Stability"