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For Unionized Amazon Workers, Lessons From Italy May Hold Key to Success In the News

For Unionized Amazon Workers, Lessons From Italy May Hold Key to Success

David Madland outlines several lessons learned from the historic nationwide contracts that Amazon workers in Italy signed in 2021 and suggests a path forward for unionized workers at Amazon's Staten Island warehouse, who must now try to sign a collective bargaining agreement.

David Madland

City poised to set labor standards by sector In the News

City poised to set labor standards by sector

David Madland praises a new Detroit city ordinance that would create a process for bringing together representatives of workers, employers, and the public to make recommendations around minimum compensation and standards for certain industries.

David Madland

The Gender Pay Gap by Race and Ethnicity In the News

The Gender Pay Gap by Race and Ethnicity

Jane Farrell and Sarah Jane Glynn explore the question of whether there is more gender equality among minority men and women than among whites.

Jane Farrell, Sarah Jane Glynn

Conservatives in Congress Stymie Job Gains In the News

Conservatives in Congress Stymie Job Gains

Look no further than the Republican leadership in Congress for the reasons for disappointing jobs growth, writes Heather Boushey.

Heather Boushey

The Price of a Do-Nothing Congress In the News

The Price of a Do-Nothing Congress

The latest employment data indicate that the U.S. job market is in a holding pattern—the price we pay for a do-nothing Congress focused more on austerity than job creation.

Heather Boushey

Equal Pay Matters for Latinas In the News

Equal Pay Matters for Latinas

Vanessa Cárdenas looks at how the gender wage gap affects Latinas.

Vanessa Cárdenas

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