All posts tagged "Unions"
What’s Going on with the Verizon Strike?
A strike that reveals some real challenges.
Friedrichs v. CTA: A Big SCOTUS Win for Unions, But Not Over Yet
The case could go back to SCOTUS when a ninth justice is appointed.
Northwestern Football Players Lose Fight to Unionize
Student athletes or employees?
California Workers’ Compensation: A Flawed System?
The workers compensation system receives a lot of bad press, particularly in California over gender bias.
The Changing Dynamics of the American Middle Class
The American middle class is changing rapidly. Learn about the reasons why.
Retail Giant Amazon in Hot Water Across the Globe
Amazon's getting called out from every direction lately for its pricing and practices with workers.
Teachers and Tenure: An Outdated System?
Tenure was originally created as a protection for teachers. In more recent times however, critics have grown concerned...
How Will Northwestern Stop its Football Team From Unionizing Now?
For those of us who follow labor law, sports law, or both, March 26, 2014 was a pretty...
Why Conservatives & Liberals Are Both Wrong About Minimum Wage
Recently, I have noticed with the talk of 2014 midterm elections, articles about minimum wage are starting to...
Football Local 60208? Why College Athletes May Win Their Fight to Unionize
“School’s done for me — I’m here to concentrate on football.” Matt Leinart declared these words in August...