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Over the past forty years, globalization has made its impact on the law by enhancing the international nature of domestic laws and by heightening the relevance of international organizations. As international organizations have expanded in number and prominence, the traditional boundaries of domestic legal systems have been re-examined. The expansion of employee rights and benefits has exerted upward pressure on international organizations, whose jurisprudence tends to evolve in tandem with domestic law. Thus, international law has increasingly recognized employee rights.
Income Inequality: Are Unions the Answer? (09/03/13)
If income inequality is the problem; are unions the answer? The middle class is being pushed into poverty at an alarming rate. Four out of five Americans will experience poverty at some point in their lifetimes - up from 4 in 10 only a few years ago. America's top 1% now owns 35% of the nation's wealth, leaving the bottom 80% to share only 11% of the pie. The "middle" has seen a $6, 218 decline in median household income over the last decade. As the gap continues to widen, the social fabric rends and a substantial portion of the population is relegated to desperation and despair. 2 Comments
Union Restart (11/05/12)
The Chicago teachers’ strike crystallizes the conflict between escalating demands for labor productivity and the needs of workers for job security. At issue are the right of principals to accept teachers from up to 100 schools proposed for closure and the process for evaluating teachers, including through the use of student test scores.
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