Sunday, October 28, 2012
- Picking up from what Paul was quoted on recently, Steven Greenhouse has an article on employers lobbying employees to support specific politicians.
- Some recent posts from the NY Times' Economix blog on how you don't work as much as you think you do, the limits on low-wage workers' ability to live near better jobs, and some insights on wages.
- Walk-out and wage payment issues at Wal-Mart.\
- The NLRB's case production numbers for FY 2012.
- Kendall Isaac on the Supreme Court's pending Kloeckner case.
- Big strikes in Indonesia.
- As Michael Duff notes to me, did Romney cop to a Title VII violation when he admitted demanding "binders full of women"? Under Ricci's definition of disparate treatment, he very well might have (ignoring whether those jobs were covered by Title VII).
- An NFL player stands up for gay rights and a local politician demands that he be silenced.
- Last but not least: what candies union-friendly consumers should buy.
Hat Tips: Michael Duff, Sierra Johnson, & Brishen Rogers