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October 22, 2021

Labor Market, Worker Frustration Fueling 'Striketober'

Michael Lotito talks about the factors that are making U.S. workers strike and leave their jobs.

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September 29, 2021

Abruzzo Says College Athlete Memo Could Reach Off-Campus

Michael Lotito weighs in on a statement from the National Labor Relations Board’s top prosecutor that indicates labor rights for college athletes could change dramatically.

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September 9, 2021

Here’s What House Democrats’ Budget Bill Would Do for Workers

Michael Lotito comments on provisions in a budget reconciliation measure that would make employee misclassification a labor law violation and outlaw class-action waivers in workplace contracts.

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September 6, 2021

No End To Pandemic Issues, Littler Labor Day Report Says

Michael Lotito discusses Littler’s Workplace Policy Institute’s Labor Day 2021 report, which found that U.S. employers are grappling with employment disruption, changes to work norms and new worker-friendly policies from government.

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September 6, 2021

‘Not dealing with rookies’: Companies brace for Biden’s new labor cops

Michael Lotito weighs in on the changes that a new Democratic majority at the National Labor Relations Board is poised to carry out that may dramatically shift the balance of power toward workers and away from employers.

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