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The New York Times
Vanessa Bohns, professor in the ILR School, weighs in on what we will view as embarrassing or regrettable in the future. Bohns points to workplace drinking culture.
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Hochul’s call to index New York’s minimum wage to inflation doesn’t go far enough

The Hill
Russell Weaver, director of research with ILR Buffalo Co-Lab, writes this opinion piece arguing that Gov. Kathy Hochul’s proposal to index New York’s minimum wage to inflation should also be tied to worker productivity.
Hochul’s call to index New York’s minimum wage to inflation doesn’t go far enough

5 trends that will shape HR in 2023

HR Dive News
At its core, HR has to partner with leaders to maintain influence on the direction of an organization, says Rebecca Kehoe, associate professor of HR studies.
5 trends that will shape HR in 2023

Another Voice: New York workers should be rewarded for their productivity

The Buffalo News logo
Rusty Weaver, ILR Buffalo Co-Lab director of research, writes this piece about the “Raise the Wage” bill that is being considered by the NYS Legislature.
Another Voice: New York workers should be rewarded for their productivity

College, university strike wave continues its swell into 2023

Bloombe
Professor Risa Lieberwitz discusses what has sparked the growth in unionization and strikes in higher education.
College, university strike wave continues its swell into 2023

Amazon union fight continues despite workers’ win

BBC News
Cathy Creighton, director of the ILR Buffalo Co-Lab, says, “Corporate America is fighting back hard and the government is not on the workers’ side at this point, unless the American people realize what’s happening, realize the barrier and ask their elected officials to change the law.”
Amazon union fight continues despite workers’ win

ILR in the News

Future Cringe
Labor movement seeks rise in 2023 despite economic uncertainty
Union Membership Rate Dropped in 2022
5 trends that will shape HR in 2023
College, university strike wave continues its swell into 2023
Amazon union fight continues despite workers’ win
Union Membership Rate Hits Record Low Despite Votes at Apple, Amazon, Starbucks
U.S. labor strikes went up almost 50% between 2021 and 2022
How I broke the last taboo
How the Supreme Court could severely limit workers’ right to strike
The Fed May Finally Be Winning the War on Inflation. But at What Cost?
As Starbucks unionizing slows, some strike, others skeptical
7,000 ‘exhausted and burnt out’ NYC nurses walk out
Silicon Valley layoffs go from bad to worse
The Supreme Court case that has unions on edge
Starbucks Workers Are Unionizing. Their Bosses Are Refusing to Bargain.
How Southwest lost its way - and how it can work its way back to the top
Gen Z is the most pro-union generation
UC Strike Energizes Labor Surge
Dollar Scholar Asks: Why Does Pay Transparency Matter, Anyway?
When the union comes to a coffee shop near you
Striking Star-Telegram employees return to work

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