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Labor Organizing on the Rise

In December, Kellogg’s made news for its ratification of a new union contract after a highly publicized strike. While unionization and related efforts continue to

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Home Away from Home

While Connie Wang acknowledges that “[r]eal affection is rare in quarantine,” she identified how she could get back “into a groove” by reminding herself of,

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You Have a Brian, Use It

In 2003, the NFL implemented the Rooney Rule, which requires teams to interview minority candidates for various roles. In his new lawsuit against the NFL

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What Do You Mean?

In a time when many are sensitive to language in the workplace, Ilana Redstone (Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

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HIPAA and COVID

In recent months, both employers and employees have stumbled over whether/how HIPAA applies to COVID vaccine disclosures and mandates. In short, it doesn’t—as recently confirmed

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Labor Strains

The current state of the labor market is having an uneven impact across industries. As we continue to see labor shortage issues throughout Wisconsin (e.g.,

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