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Debate on Apparel Industry Future Set for Oct. 12
A panel of experts will join ILR’s New Conversations Project to discuss what is ahead for the Asian apparel industry as it endures climate change and public health issues.
Police Union Websites Preserved by Library Archive
Spearheaded by the library’s Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives in Catherwood Library, the Police Unions and Associations archive features a curated collection of 165 public safety organizations’ websites.
In 2021, COVID-19 catalyzed unparalleled disruptions and societal shifts in the world of work as the pandemic swept the globe. ILR School experts continue to help the public, policymakers, labor, management and others understand how the crisis is impacting the future of work.
New Report: New Yorkers Indicate That Retaliation Prevents Them From Exposing Workplace Dangers
Workers in NY are more likely than those in the rest of the country to feel pressure to refrain from reporting workplace problems such as sexual harassment and health and safety violations to avoid employer retaliation, according to analysis from the National Employment Law Project and the Worker Institute.
The tool enables a better understanding of the scope of labor unrest across the U.S. by tracking labor actions involving two or more people and distinguishing between protests and strikes, said project lead John Kallas, Ph.D. ’23.