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Equity at Work

Unions’ Month of Wins Obscures Challenge of Gaining New Member

Bloombe
Gig workers or part-time warehouse employees are less likely to participate in organizing efforts. According to Ileen DeVault, professor of labor history, unions need to figure out how to organize those workers.
Unions’ Month of Wins Obscures Challenge of Gaining New Member

Karhan Testifies Before NYS Assembly

Recommendations to improve employment outcomes for individuals with disabilities were provided to lawmakers by Yang-Tan Institute Co-Executive director Andrew Karhan.
Andrew Karnhan
Karhan Testifies Before NYS Assembly

A New Benefit Raises an Old Question: Which Mothers Should Work?

The New York Times
Louis Hyman, professor of industrial and labor relations, is noted to have said that throughout history, Black women were often viewed more as laborers than mothers.
A New Benefit Raises an Old Question: Which Mothers Should Work?

The challenges and benefits of remote work for employees of color

Fast Company News
In this episode of ‘Hit the Ground Running,’ hosts Christina Royster and Yasmin Gagne speak with Dr. Courtney McCluney, assistant professor of Organizational Behavior, about how remote work has affected people of color.
The challenges and benefits of remote work for employees of color

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