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Wednesday

Conference Activities  •  6/1/2022
11 - 11:45 am
Co-Chairs: William Canak, Middle Tennessee State University (ret.) and Bonnie Castrey, Dispute Resolution Services
12 ‑ 12:45 pm
Membership Committee Meeting—Committee Stream
Co-Chairs: David Lewin, University of California, Los Angeles and Tazewell Victor Hurst III, IAMAW
1 ‑ 1:45 pm
Development Committee Meeting—Committee Stream
Co-Chairs: Jim Pruitt, Kaiser Permanente and Harry C. Katz, Cornell University
2:30 ‑ 3:15 pm
Chair: William Spriggs, AFL-CIO
3:30 ‑ 4:15 pm
Editorial Committee Meeting—Committee Stream
Chair: Ryan Lamare, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
4:30 ‑ 5:15 pm
Chair: Virginia Doellgast, Cornell University
5:30 ‑ 7 pm
Chair: Wilma B. Liebman, LERA President

Thursday

Conference Activities  •  6/2/2022
10:30 ‑ 10:45 am
Co-Chairs: Emily Smith and Bernadette Tiemann, LERA
11 ‑ 11:30 am
Chair: Paul F. Clark, President-Elect and Program Chair
Featured Speaker: The Honorable Marty Walsh, U.S. Secretary of Labor
  
11:45 am ‑ 12:45 pmConcurrent Sessions
 
1.1  Confronting 'Freedom of Contract' with Labor Market Realities (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 1
Chair: Kathryn Edwards, Rand Corporation
Presenters: Lawrence Mishel, Economic Policy InstituteThe Legal "Freedom of Contract" Framework Willfully, and Incorrectly, Ignores the Absence of Full Employment
Suresh Naidu, Columbia University and Michael Carr, University of Massachusetts-BostonIf You Don't Like This Job, You Can Always Quit?
Kathryn Edwards, Rand CorporationFinancial and Work-life Considerations Limit a Worker's Ability to Quit
Discussants: Brishen Rogers, Georgetown University
Lorenzo Lagos, Brown University
 
Chair: Pamela L. Egan, University of California, Berkeley
Panelists: Adine Forman, Hospitality Training AcademyRaising Worker Voice in Hospitality
Sara Miles, UFCW Western States CouncilRaising Worker Voice in Retail Food
Anne McMonigle, Apprenticeship Readiness FundRaising Non-Traditional and Under-Represented Voices in Construction
 
Chair: Paul F. Clark, President-Elect and Program Chair
Panelists: Zach Zobrist, SEIU Healthcare Pennsylvania
Will Erickson, SHARE/AFSCME, University of Massachusetts Memorial Medical Center
Patricia (Polly) Pittman, The George Washington University
 
1.4  LERA/AILR Best Papers (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 4
Co-Chairs: David Lewin, University of California, Los Angeles and Paul J. Gollan, University of Wollongong
Presenters: John Fitzpatrick LeCounte, Texas A&M UniversityHuman Resource Management Solutions: Implications for Small Business Owners Managing Labor Unionization and Employee Relations
Xinguo Yu, Hengxu Song and Ting Ren, Peking University and Yanbo Xue, Career Science Lab, BOSS ZhipinQuantifying Resilience of Labor Market to the COVID-19 Pandemic: Evidence from Large-scale Online Recruitment Behavior
Edward Patrick McDermott and Ruth Obar, Salisbury UniversityOnline Mediation Participant Experience At The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission – Do The Data Herald The Creative Destruction of In-person Dispute Resolution?
Ariel C. Avgar, Cornell UniversityConceptualizing Conflict: Ideas and Beliefs about Workplace Conflict and their Implications for Union and Nonunion Dispute Resolution Models
 
Chair: Sarah Miller Espinosa, SME Dispute Resolution, LLC
Discussants: Homer C. La Rue, Howard University
Alan Symonette, SymonetteADR Services Inc
 
1.6  LERA Best Papers Session I: Voice in the Time of Crisis (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 6
Chair: Guy Mundlak, Tel-Aviv University
Presenters: Lilach Lurie, Tel Aviv University and Guy Mundlak, Tel-Aviv UniversityIndustrial Relations and the COVID-19 Crisis in Israel
Sean O'Brady, McMaster University and Virginia Doellgast, Cornell UniversityCollective Responses to Work from Home During the Pandemic: A Comparison of Contact Centers in Canada, Germany, and the U.S.
11:45 am ‑ 12:45 pm
Co-Chairs: John McCarthy, Cornell University and Saul Rubinstein, Rutgers University
  
1 ‑ 2 pmConcurrent Sessions
 
Chair: Elise Gould, Economic Policy Institute
Presenters: Jasmina Chauvin, Georgetown University; Prithwiraj Choudhury, Harvard Business School; and Megan Lawrence, Vanderbilt UniversityWhere in the World is My (Virtual) Headquarters?
Prithwiraj Choudhury, Harvard Business School; Sujin Jang and Victoria Sencevko, INSEADTemporary Colocation and Performance of Remote Workers: Evidence from a Fully Remote Organization
Vanessa Conzon, Boston College, Carroll School of ManagementGendered Constraints in Role Performances: Gender Differences in How Managers Experience and Respond to Gender Equality-Related Practices and Policies
Christopher Erickson, University of California-Los Angeles and Peter Norlander, Loyola University of ChicagoInstitutional and Technological Predictors of Remote Work Before and After the COVID-19 Pandemic
Discussant: Thomaz Teodorovicz, Harvard Business School
 
Co-Chairs: Eileen B. Hoffman and Denise Patterson McKenney, Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
Panelists: Gino Renne, UFCW local 1994 MCGEODefinition of the term Kintsukuroi by Denise McKenney and its application to union/management relationships.
Roberta Phillips, Prince Georges County (Maryland) Memorial Library SystemUnion's viewpoint/Management Viewpoint
Eileen B. Hoffman, Federal Mediation and Conciliation ServiceWhat the union and management did to concretize their relationship
Antoinette Turner, Federal Mediation and Conciliation ServiceWise advise from union/management partners
 
Chair: Teresa Ghilarducci, The New School for Social Research
Presenters: Barbara Schuster and Siavash Radpour, The New School for Social Research, Schwartz Center for Economic Policy AnalysisThe Marital Dynamics of Women's Retirement Decision during the Pandemic Recession
Feridoon Koohi-Kamali, Aida Farmand and Jose Pedro Bastos Neves, The New School for Social ResearchThe Duration of U.S. Joblessness and the Great Recession
Truc Bui, Tulane UniversityEvidence on the Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic and Recession on Labor Outcomes among Older Workers
Discussants: Karen Smith, Urban Institute
Monique Morrissey, Economic Policy Institute
Siavash Radpour, The New School for Social Research, Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis
 
2.4  Labor and Employment Journalists—Breakout Stream 4
Co-Chairs: David Lewin, University of California, Los Angeles and Bonnie Castrey, Dispute Resolution Services
Panelists: Lydia DePillis, The New York TimesLabor and Employment Journalists #1
Josh Eidelson, BloombergLabor and Employment Journalists #2
Juliana Feliciano Reyes, The Philadelphia InquirerLabor and Employment Journalists #3
Noam Scheiber, The New York TimesLabor and Employment Journalists #4
 
Chair: Ashley J. Davis, University of Washington
Panelists: Christopher Rice, Chevron Global
Dawn Bedlivy, NSA Ombuds
Julie Weber, Brown University
 
2.6  LERA Best Papers Session II: Work Practices (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 6
Chair: Mingwei Liu, Rutgers University
Presenters: Christophe Combemale and Kate S. Whitefoot, Carnegie Mellon UniversityNew Technology, New Hierarchy? Implications of Product and Process Innovations for the Division of Problem Solving
Justin Vinton, Rutgers UniversityMiddle Management Implementation of Labor-Management Partnership at the Unit-Level: The Interplay Between Leadership Roles and the Institution
Hua Liu, Renmin University of China; Mingwei Liu, Rutgers University; and Kuang Tang, Renmin University of ChinaManagerial Perceptions of Employee Value and Adoption of High Involvement Work Practices: Evidence from Matched Employer-Employee Survey in China
1 ‑ 2 pm
Co-Chairs: Mark Gough, Pennsylvania State University; Bradley R. Weinberg, Queen's University; and Janet Gillman, Oregon Employment Relations Board
2:15 ‑ 3 pm
Chair: William Spriggs, AFL-CIO
Panelists: Heather Boushey, Washington Center for Equitable GrowthTopic Title 1 Needed
Ioana Elena Marinescu, University of PennsylvaniaTopic Title 2 Needed
  
3:15 ‑ 4:15 pmConcurrent Sessions
 
3.1  What Can States Do About Worker Voice—Breakout Stream 1
Chair: Josh Eidelson, Bloomberg
Panelists: Jessica Ramos, New York State SenateThe view from New York
Lorena Gonzalez, California Labor Federation
Kate Andrias, Columbia UniversityThe law
Mary Joyce Carlson, counsel to Fight for FifteenThe arsenal
 
3.2  Worker Power in Platform Ecosystems—Breakout Stream 2
Chair: Adam Seth Litwin, Cornell University
Presenters: Jenna E. Myers, University of TorontoPlatform Brokerage for the Representation of Low-powered Groups During Technology Development
Michael David Maffie, Pennsylvania State UniversityMoonlighting in the Gig Economy: New Forms of Worker Power
Duanyi Yang, Cornell University and Tingting Zhang, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignVoice without Representation: Worker Voice in China's Networked Public Sphere
 
3.3  Challenges of Collective Bargaining (Part A: USA) (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 3
Chair: Lorenzo Lagos, Brown University
Presenters: Kerwin K Charles, Yale University; Matthew S. Johnson, Duke University; and Nagisa Tadjfar, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyTrade Competition and the Decline in Union Organizing: Evidence from Certification Elections
Anna Stansbury, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyDo US Firms Have an Incentive to Comply with the FLSA and the NLRA?
Matt Mazewski and Suresh Naidu, Columbia University and Brendan Moore, Stanford UniversityCauses of Union Decline in the United States: Evidence from a Novel County-Level Dataset
Discussants: Ihsaan Bassier, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Viola Corradini, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 
3.4  Using Text Data to Study Work and the Labor Market (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 4
Chair: Nathan Wilmers, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Presenters: Sarah H. Bana, Chapman Universitywork2vec: Using Language Models to Understand Wage Premia
Peter Norlander, Loyola University of Chicago and Stephen Meisenbacher, Technical University of MunichBuilding a Firm-level Dataset of Employment Practices with Context Rule Assisted Machine Learning ("CRaML")
Carly Knight, New York University and Nathan Wilmers, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyThe Dynamics of Managerial Ideologies: Ideological Reorientation in the Transformation of Work, 1935-2005
Jason Sockin, University of PennsylvaniaShow Me the Amenity: Are Higher-Paying Firms Better All Around?
Discussant: Aaron Sojourner, University of Minnesota
 
Chair: Robert Chiaravalli, Strategic Labor & Human Resources, LLC
Presenters: Edward Patrick McDermott and Ruth Obar, Salisbury UniversityEmployment Dispute Resolution Revolution - The Mediators' Perspective on the Use of Online Video Platforms in Mediation at the EEOC
Ruth Obar and Edward Patrick McDermott, Salisbury UniversityAn Analysis of Participant Perceptions and Conduct In Online Video Mediation at the EEOC
Discussants: Stephen Ichniowski, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Arthur Pearlstein, Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
David Larson, Mitchell-Hamline School of Law
 
3.6  LERA Best Papers Session III: Organized Voice (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 6
Chair: Michael Loconto, Labor Arbitrator
Presenters: Yao Yao, University of Ottawa and Lorenzo Frangi, University of Québec at MontréalDigital Solidarity: Worker Collectives in the Virtual Space
Deborah Moy, California Transit Works!It's Our Work! Empowering Frontline Worker Voice for Unionized Coach Operators
John S. Ahlquist, University of California, San DiegoEmployee Hardship Funds as Mutual Aid: Private Welfare, Unionization, and Social Insurance
3:15 ‑ 5:30 pm
Chair: Marc Weinstein, Florida International University
  
4:30 ‑ 5:30 pmConcurrent Sessions
 
Chair: Chandra Childers, Economic Policy Institute
Presenters: Jennifer Mondino, TIME'S UP Legal Defense Fund/National Women's Law CenterThe TIME'S UP Legal Defense Fund: Insights on Sex Harassment from 5000 Applicants for Legal Assistance
Jess Forden, Graduate Student New School; Eve Mefferd and Ariane Hegewisch, Institute for Women's Policy ResearchCharting the Financial Costs of Workplace Sexual Harassment to Individuals: Case Studies and Methodology
Sanjay Joseph Pinto, Rutgers University; Phoebe Strom, Cornell University; Kristen Harknett, University of California, San Francisco; and Daniel Schneider, Harvard Kennedy SchoolNeutralizing the Costs of Workplace Sexual Harassment: Results from a National Survey of Retail and Food Service Workers
Zoe West and KC Wagner, Cornell University and Sanjay Joseph Pinto, Rutgers UniversityThe Janitor Promotora Model: An Approach for Confronting Workplace Sexual Violence in the Low-Pay Service Economy
 
Chair: Steven Greenhouse, Author and Former New York Times Reporter
Panelists: Hildalyn Colón Hernández, Los Deliveristas UnidosCreating a Collective Voice for bike-delivery workers: Los Deliveristas Unidos
Alan McAvinney, Alphabet Workers UnionCollective Voice in Technology -- The Story of the Alphabet Workers Union
Cherri Murphy, Gig Workers RisingCreating a Collective Voice for Lyft and Uber Drivers
Daniel Castellanos, Resilience ForceCreating Employee Voice for a New Type of Migrant Worker: Disaster Relief Workers
 
Chair: Matt Mazewski, Columbia University
Presenters: Ihsaan Bassier, University of Massachusetts, AmherstCentral Bargaining, Spillovers and Connected Local Labour Markets
Viola Corradini, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Lorenzo Lagos, Brown University; and Garima Sharma, MITCollective Bargaining for Women: How Unions Create Female-Friendly Jobs
Ellora Derenoncourt, Princeton University; François Gerard, Queen Mary University of London; Lorenzo Lagos, Brown University; and Claire Montialoux, University of California, BerkeleyCollective Bargaining, Earnings, and Inequality
Discussants: Matthew S. Johnson, Duke University
Anna Stansbury, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 
Chair: Sam Abbott, Washington Center for Equitable Growth
Presenters: Elizabeth Palley, Adelphi University School of Social Work; Corey Shdaimah, University of Maryland, School of Social Work; and Bweikia Steen, George Mason UniversityVoices of Home-Based Providers: Perspectives from the Early Childhood Field
Julia Henly, University of Chicago; David Alexander and Viridiana Luna, Illinois Action for Children; and Karlyn Gehring, University of ChicagoHome-Based Child Care Providers Respond to the COVID-19 Pandemic
Yulya Truskinovsky, Wayne State University; Jessica Finlay and Lindsay Kobayashi, University of Michigan, Ann ArborThe Lasting Impacts of COVID-19 on Family Caregiving
Discussant: Tamilah Richardson, Virginia Department of Education
 
Chair: Wilma B. Liebman, LERA President
Presenters: Mark Anner, Pennsylvania State UniversityLabor, Workers' Rights, and Democracy in Latin America
Anibel Ferus-comelo, U.C. Berkeley Labor CenterReclaiming Democracy: The Challenge Facing Labor in India
Angela B. Cornell, Cornell UniversityLabor's Obstacles and Democracy's Demise
Timothy Minchin, La Trobe University, Melbourne AustraliaHolding On: The Decline of Organized Labor in the U.S.A. in Historical Perspective and the Implications for Democracy
 
4.6  LERA Best Papers Session IV: Migrant Workers (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 6
Chair: Dale Belman, Michigan State University
Presenters: Kyoko Suzuki, University of TokyoMigrant Labor Expansion and Decreasing Gender Inequality in Labor Markets
Haijing Zhang, School of Ethnology and Sociology, Yunnan UniversitySuspended But Stable: The Case Study of SOE-Employed Chinese Migrant Workers in Southeast Asia
Faun Rice and Trevor Quan, Digital Think Tank by ICTCBeyond "Economic Immigration": Understanding the Experiences of Skilled Technology Sector Newcomers in Mid-sized Canadian Cities

Friday

Conference Activities  •  6/3/2022
10:30 ‑ 10:45 am
Co-Chairs: Emily Smith and Bernadette Tiemann, LERA
  
11 am ‑ 12 pmConcurrent Sessions
 
5.1  Implicit Bias and Microaggressions in Dispute Resolution (Workshop)—Breakout Stream 1
Chair: Mark Gough, Pennsylvania State University
Discussants: Ligia M. Velazquez Tom Louis Melancon, Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
 
Chair: Phela I. Townsend, Rutgers University
Presenters: Jiyoon Park, Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations (SMLR) and Seonghoon Hong, Rutgers UniversityIntersectionality Research in Labor Studies and Employment Relations: A Systematic Review
Jacob Barnes, Rutgers UniversityLegacy of Exclusion: A Critical View of Labor Standards (Non)Compliance
Alysa Hannon, Rutgers UniversityA Critical (Race) Theory of Skill: Using CRT to unpack Human Capital Theory
Discussants: Tamara Lee, Rutgers University
Maite Tapia, Michigan State University
 
5.3  European Apprenticeship Models—Breakout Stream 3
Chair: Russell Ormiston, Allegheny College
Panelists: Thomas Habenicht, IG MetallGerman Apprenticeship Model
Patrick McGurk, Queen Mary University of LondonUnited Kingdom Apprenticeship Model
Christian Ibsen, University of CopenhagenDenmark Apprenticeship Model
 
Chair: Ann C. Frost, University of Western Ontario
Presenters: Hye Jin Rho, Michigan State University; Christine Riordan, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Christian Ibsen, University of Copenhagen; and Ryan Lamare, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignDo Workers Speak Up When Job Insecure? Examining Workers' Response to Precarity During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Gabrielle Pepin, W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research and Bryce VanderBerg, Michigan State UniversityOccupational Sorting, Multidimensional Skill Mismatch, and the Child Penalty among Working Mothers
Timotej Cejka, University of Chicago Booth School of Business and Mazhar Waseem, University of ManchesterLong-Run Impacts of In-Utero Ramadan Exposure: Evidence from Administrative Tax Records
 
Chair: Steven H. Schwartz, Steven H. Schwartz & Associates, PLC
Panelist: Martha J. Marcero, Thrun Law Firm, P.C.TBD
Discussant: Karen Bush Schneider, White, Schneider, P.C.
 
5.6  LERA Best Papers Session V: Policy Related to Gig Work (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 6
Chair: Robert Bruno, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Presenters: Robert Bruno, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Frank Manzo, Illinois Economic Policy Institute; and Larissa Petrucci, University of Illinois, Urbana-ChampaignQuality of the Gig: An Analysis of Rideshare Drivers' Working Conditions in Illinois
Pengxin Xie and Hongyu Chen, School of Public Administration, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics, PR China. and Wei Fan, Capital University of Economics and BusinessCan the Guiding Opinion Promote Platforms to Protect Gig Workers' Rights? -- An Empirical Research Based on 450 Civil Cases
Rafael Gomez, University of TorontoThe New World of Work: What's the Appropriate Policy Response?
11 am ‑ 12 pm
Chair: Joel Cutcher-Gershenfeld, Brandeis University
  
12:15 ‑ 1:15 pmConcurrent Sessions
 
Chair: Larry W. Beeferman, Harvard University
Panelists: Amy Armitage, Human Capital Investment and Reporting Council
Solange Charas, Charas Consulting and HCMoneyball
Miguel Padró, Aspen Institute
Thomas A. Kochan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 
6.2  Industrial Relations and a Racial Reckoning (Workshop)—Breakout Stream 2
Chair: Maite Tapia, Michigan State University
Presenters: Sheri Davis-Faulkner, Rutgers UniversityWhat is CRT and what is it not
Tamara Lee, Rutgers UniversityCRT in an international perspective
Naomi R Williams, Rutgers UniversityUnderstanding CRT from the perspective of a labor historian
Danielle Phillips-Cunningham, Texas Woman's UniversityThe World Will Get A Correct Estimate of the Negro Woman: The Intellectual Work of Early Black Women Labor Organizers
Discussant: Erica Smiley, Jobs With Justice
 
6.3  Registered Apprenticeship in the 21st Century—Breakout Stream 3
Chair: Dale Belman, Michigan State University
Panelists: Brent Parson, Office of Apprenticeship Training, DOLWhere Do Things Currently Stand with Registered Apprenticeship?
Todd Stafford, Electrical Training ALLIANCETraining the Trainers
David Bullock, Morehouse CollegeEmerging Challenges: Diversity, bringing in new workers,
Thomas Kriger, North America's Building Trades Union4. Engaging K-12 and other under represented groups in construction training and apprenticeship
Discussant: Zak Boren, Urban Institute
 
Chair: Duanyi Yang, Cornell University
Presenters: Tingting Zhang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Lorenzo Frangi, University of Québec at Montréal; and Robert Hebdon, McGill UniversityThe Shifting Locus of Labor Conflicts
Alyson Jane Gounden Rock, McGill UniversityThe Tasks Make the Man('s Work Pay More)
Edward Patrick McDermott and Ruth Obar, Salisbury UniversityAre We Witnessing the Creative Destruction of the In-person Mediation Model - Mediator Evaluation of Online Dispute Resolution at the EEOC
 
6.5  Teaching Interest Section—Breakout Stream 5
Chair: Antone Aboud, Pennsylvania State University
Panelists: Alicia Plemmons, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Angela B. Cornell, Cornell University
Robert Hickey, Queen's University
 
Chair: Xiangmin (Helen) Liu, Rutgers University
Presenters: Victoria Sevcenko, INSEAD; Panos Mavrokonstantis, Raphael Nehmer and Ruike Zhang, GrabTaxiSocial Incentives in the Gig Economy: Evidence from a Field Experiment on a Ride-hailing Platform
Jing Zhan, Capital University of Economics and Business; Mingwei Liu, Rutgers University; and Yue Zhao, Capital University of Economics and BusinessWell-Being on Tap: Work Arrangements and Health of Online Food-Delivery Platform Workers
Mengjie Lyu and Weihao Li, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Xiaoman Li, Capital University of Economics and BusinessContract Types, Job Quality, and Workers' Voice on Chinese Food Delivery Platforms
  
2:30 ‑ 3:30 pmConcurrent Sessions
 
Chair: Jed L. Marcus, Bressler, Amery & Ross, P.C.
Panelists: Jacquelin F. Drucker, Arbitration Offices of Jacquelin F. Drucker, Esq.What Arbitrators Expect from Advocates
Jed L. Marcus, Bressler, Amery & Ross, P.C.What Advocates Should Expect from Arbitrators
Melissa Biren, Esq., Arbitrator/MediatorConfronting Implicit Bias and Cultural Myopia in Arbitration
 
Chair: Brenda Pryor, Federal Mediation & Conciliation Service
Discussant: Stephanie M. Collier, Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
 
Chair: Hye Jin Rho, Michigan State University
Panelists: Betsy Bender Stringam, School of Hotel, Restaurant & Tourism Management, New Mexico State UniversityTechnological change in hospitality work: An industry perspective
Ben Begleiter, UNITE HEREAlgorithmic management at work
Christine Riordan, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignCapturing worker and job quality outcomes associated with algorithmic management
Jodi Forlizzi, Computer-Human Interaction Institute, Carnegie Mellon UniversityOpportunities for co-design of algorithmic management in housekeeping
Deborah M. Figart and Ellen Mutari, Stockton UniversityImplications of technological change and co-design interventions for worker well-being and job quality
 
Chair: Peter Lazes, Cornell University
Panelists: Janet Wilder, SHARE/AFSCME
Bart Metzger, University of Massachusetts Memorial Medical Center (retired)
Denise Duncan, United Nurses Associations of California/Union of Health Care Professionals
Sylvia Everroad, Kaiser Permanente Medical Group in Southern California
Paul F. Clark, President-Elect and Program Chair
 
Chair: Thomas A. Lenz, Atkinson Andelson Loya Ruud & Romo
Panelists: Jody David Armour, University of Southern California, Gould School of LawA review of law and policy
Jill Coffman, National Labor Relations Board, Region 20, San FranciscoA National Labor Relations Board perspective
Craig Pintens, Loyola Marymount University Athletic DepartmentA university athletic director's perspective
Chasson Randle, Former Stanford University and Professional Basketball Player
 
Chair: Dale Belman, Michigan State University
Panelists: Michael Monroe, NABTU1. Challenges and Reponses to the Open Shop: training, PLAs; labor management and labor management cooperation.
Michael Scott, National Coordinating Committee for Multiemployer PlansThe Current Status of Multi-employer Pension Plans
Noel Xavier, North Atlantic Regional Council of CarpentersThe Impact of Immigration on Working Conditions in Construction & the UBC Response
Russell Ormiston, Allegheny CollegePayroll and Tax Fraud in the Construction Industry in Massachusetts
Discussant: Aaron Sojourner, University of Minnesota
3:45 ‑ 4:45 pm
Chair: Wilma B. Liebman, LERA President
5 ‑ 5:15 pm

Saturday

Conference Activities  •  6/4/2022
9:30 ‑ 9:45 am
Co-Chairs: Emily Smith and Bernadette Tiemann, LERA
10:00 ‑ 11:00 am
Chair: Thomas A. Kochan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Panelists: Roy Bahat, Bloomberg BetaMaking Business Better Through Venture Capital
Lisa M. Lynch, Brandeis University
Erica Smiley, Jobs With JusticeTopic Title 1 Needed
  
11:15 am ‑ 12:15 pmConcurrent Sessions
 
Chair: Greg Distelhorst, University of Toronto
Presenters: Elizabeth A. Bennett, Lewis & Clark College and Harvard Kennedy SchoolDecoupling: Extending theories of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and the Environment to the Context of Voluntary Sustainability Standards (VSS) and Labor Standards
Ning Li, Cornell UniversityWork in Silos: How lack of Coordination within Buyer Constrains Supplier's Compliance Performance
Sazid Ahmad, , London School of Economics; Chunyun Li, London School of Economics and Political Sciences; and Sarah Ashwin, London School of EconomicsThe Power of Proximal Processes In Compliance: Explaining Employee Perceptions Through Affective Events Theory And Beyond
Discussant: Mark Anner, Pennsylvania State University
 
Chair: Scott B. Martin, Columbia University
Author: Juliann Emmons Allison, University of California, Riverside, Assoc. Prof. of Gender & Sexuality StudiesBoxing Lessons: Amazon, the Matrix of Exploitation, and Resistance in Inland Southern California
Panelist: Juliann Emmons Allison, University of California, Riverside, Assoc. Prof. of Gender & Sexuality StudiesBoxing Lessons: Amazon, the matrix of exploitation, and resistance in Inland Southern California"
Presenters: Ellen Reese, University of California, Riverside, Prof. of Sociology and Chair of Labor StudiesBoxing Lessons: Amazon, the Matrix of Exploitation, and Resistance in Inland Southern California
Scott B. Martin, Columbia University; Joao Paulo Candia Veiga, Universidade de Sao Paulo; and Katiuscia Galhera, Dourados Federal UniversityDisruptive Capitalism Heads South: Algorithmic Control, Working Conditions, and Labor Contestation in Amazon Warehouses in Brazil and Mexico
Mostafa Henaway, Concordia University, Phd candidate in Geography, Planning and Environment, and Immigrant Workers' CAmazon's Fragile Neoliberal Fordism: The Challenges for Labour Organizing in Canada
Discussant: Sheheryar Kaoosji, Warehouse Worker Resource Center, Executive Director, Ontario, CA
 
Discussant: John A. Gordon, Pacific Management Consulting Group
Chair: Teófilo Reyes, Restaurant Opportunities Centers United
Presenters: Can Ouyang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University and Rosemary Batt, Cornell UniversityDo Fast Growing Franchise Brands Invest More in Human Resource Management?
Tashlin Lakhani and Rosemary Batt, Cornell UniversityToeing the Line: Formal Requirements, Line Managers, and Human Resource Practices in Fast Food Franchises
Hyesook Chung, Cornell UniversityWhen and How Do Line Managers Matter? Evidence from Quick Service Restaurants
Discussant: Jonathan Hogstad, 32BJ, SEIU
 
8.4  The Art of Inquiry and the Power of Questions (Workshop)—Breakout Stream 4
Chair: Ligia M. Velazquez, Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
 
Chair: Deborah Moy, California Transit Works!
Panelists: Eliseo Acosta, Jr., Joint Workforce Investment (Santa Clara VTA/ATU 265)
Richard Diaz, Workforce Investment Network (Golden Gate Transit/ATU 1275)
Jamaine Gibson, Amalgamated Transit Union InternationalTransit Worker Voice
Param Momi, Joint Workforce Investment (Santa Clara VTA/ATU 265)
Susan Yates, California Transit Works!
Discussant: Pamela L. Egan, University of California, BerkeleyThe CTW Program as a High Road Workforce Strategy
 
8.6  LERA Best Papers Session VII: Discrimination (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 6
Chair: Bradley A. Areheart, University of Tennessee College of Law
Presenters: Adam Osman, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Jamin D. Speer, University of Memphis; and Andrew Weaver, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignDiscrimination Against Women in Hiring
Cheuk Ming Tsang, City University of Hong KongAutistic Adults in the Workplace: Should Neoliberalism Take the Blame?
Edward Patrick McDermott, Salisbury UniversityThe Equal Opportunity Commission's Failure to Process and Investigate Employment Discrimination Claims - Irrational Classification
11:15 am ‑ 12:15 pm
Co-Chairs: William Canak, Middle Tennessee State University (ret.) and Bonnie Castrey, Dispute Resolution Services
11:15 am ‑ 1:30 pm
Co-Chairs: Alysa Hannon, Rutgers University and Yaminette Diaz-Linhart, Brandeis University
Panelists: Tamara Lee, Rutgers UniversityMoving from Voice to Identity: Centering Workers’ Intersectional Identities in Theory & Research
Maite Tapia, Michigan State University
Featured Speaker: Anna Thomas, Together We Stand Corporation
  
12:30 to 1:30 pmConcurrent Sessions
 
Chair: Chunyun Li, London School of Economics and Political Sciences
Presenters: Matthew Amengual, Alessandro Guasti and Damian Raess, University of OxfordDo Large-scale Training Programs Increase Social Upgrading in Global Value Chains?
Greg Distelhorst and Jee-Eun Shin, University of TorontoAssessing the Social Impact of Corporations: Evidence from Management Control Interventions in the Supply Chain to Increase Worker Wages
Drusilla Brown, Ana Antolin and Laura Babbitt, Tufts University and Negin Toosi, California State UniversityEmpowering Women through Humane Workplaces
Discussant: Sarosh C. Kuruvilla, Cornell University
 
Chair: Scott B. Martin, Columbia University
Presenters: Sarrah Kassem, Universität Tübingen, GermanyNavigating Amazon’s Landscape in Europe: What the Case of Germany Can Tell Us about Organizing (Trans)nationally
Stuart Appelbaum, Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Union (RWDSU)Organizing at Amazon: Lessons from Bessemer
Nick Rudikoff, UNI Global Union, Nyon, SwitzerlandAmazon Global
Discussant: Nelson Lichtenstein, University of California, Santa Barbara
 
Chair: Madeline Sterling, Weill Cornell Medicine
Presenters: John Kallas and Ariel C. Avgar, Cornell University; Madeline Sterling, Weill Cornell Medicine; and Nicola Dell, Cornell University Information ScienceMaking a Bad Situation Worse: Examining the Challenges Facing Rural Home Care Workers
Joy Ming, Cornell University Information Science"I Go Beyond and Beyond": Examining the Invisible Work of Home Health Aides to Design Appropriate and Equitable Technology
Anthony Poon, Cornell University Information ScienceSharing Circles for Intersectional Peer Support with Home Care Workers
Mara Bensson, Madeline Sterling and Joanna Bryan Ringel, Weill Cornell MedicineAssociation between Voice, Burnout, and Job Satisfaction among Home Health Aides: Findings from a New York City Survey
 
Chair: Andrew C. Hasty, Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
Panelist: Myla Hite, Federal Mediation and Conciliation ServiceVirtual Negotiations: Maximizing Tools to Get the Deal
Discussants: Anthony DeCosmo, Albertsons
Charlyn Shepherd, Missouri National Education Association (MNEA)
 
Chair: Ariane Hegewisch, Institute for Women's Policy Research
Presenters: Trilby Robinson-Dorn, UC Irvine School of LawTrends and Developments in State Equal Pay Caselaw
Shengwei Sun, National Women's Law CenterPay Transparency Policies: Racial and Gender Disparities in Freedom to Discuss Pay at Work
Laura Adler, Harvard UniversitySalary History Bans: Statistical Discrimination in Employer Responses
Discussant: Pamelya Herndon, KWH Law Center for Social Justice and Change, New Mexico
Presenter: Heather WakefieldPushing Beyond Pay Reporting: The Role of Job Evaluation in Achieving Equal Pay for Low-Paid Women Workers
 
9.6  LERA Best Papers Session VIII: Work During Pandemic (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 6
Chair: Ryan Lamare, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Presenters: Ryan Lamare and Patricia Michel Tabarani, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignAn Empirical Examination of Ethnicity Effects on Work Mobility during COVID-19 Lockdown
Abay Asfaw, National Institute for Occupational Safety and HealthExplaining Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Teleworking During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Mediation Analysis
Ahmed Mohamed, York University-CanadaDo Values Matter? Exploring the Factors that Encourage Employees to Commit to Physical Activity During the COVID-19 in Relation
12:30 ‑ 1:30 pm
NCAC Chapter Administration Workshop (Workshop)—Committee Stream
Co-Chairs: William Canak, Middle Tennessee State University (ret.) and Bonnie Castrey, Dispute Resolution Services
Panelists: Sarah Miller Espinosa, SME Dispute Resolution, LLC
Meeta Bass, Bass Dispute Resolution Services LLC
1:45 ‑ 2:45 pm
Co-Chairs: Paul F. Clark, President-Elect and Program Chair and Josh Eidelson, Bloomberg
Featured Speaker: Wilma B. Liebman, LERA President
  
3 ‑ 4 pmConcurrent Sessions
 
Chair: Kelly I. Pike, York University
Presenters: Mark Anner, Pennsylvania State UniversityLabor Governance in Global Value Chains: Achieving Decent Work through the interaction of Global Binding Agreements and Encompassing Collective Bargaining
Chunyun Li, London School of Economics and Political Sciences; Sarosh C. Kuruvilla, Cornell University; and Raymond Robertson, Texas A&M UniversityImproving Labor Standards in Global Supply Chains: The Interactive Effects of Public Disclosure Programs and Supplier Management System
Raymond Robertson, Texas A&M UniversityLabor Compliance and Trade Flows
Jeffrey S. Wheeler, Global Trace Protocol Project, ELEVATE LimitedTechnology and Labor Rights: Eliminating Child and Forced Labor in Global Supply Chains through Traceability
Discussant: Anil Verma, University of Toronto
 
Chair: Lonnie Golden, Penn State Abington
Presenters: Alison Dickson, Larissa Petrucci, Peter J. Fugiel and Dylan Bellisle, University of Illinois, Urbana-ChampaignA New Measurement for Assessing Employment Quality in Illinois
Lola Loustaunau, University of OregonWorking through the Pain: Obstacles to Receiving Workers Compensation in Food Processing
Sophia M. Mitchell, DeAnna Baumle and Lindsay K. Cloud, Temple UniversityExploring The Legal Response To Unpredictable Scheduling Burdens For Women In The Workplace
Kristen Harknett, University of California, San Francisco; Charlotte O'Herron and Evelyn Bellew, Harvard UniversityCan't Catch a Break: Racial Inequality in Access to Break Time during Work
Discussants: Laura Dresser, University of Wisconsin - Madison
Andrew Fox, City of Chicago, Office of Labor Standards
 
10.3  Disability Inclusion and Voice in the Post-pandemic Era (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 3
Chair: Douglas Kruse, Rutgers University
Presenters: Mason Ameri, Terri Kurtzberg, Lawrence Houston and Hazel-Anne Johnson-Marcus, Rutgers UniversityBuilding Trust for Employee Voice in Disability Disclosure and Accommodation Requests
Nanette Goodman, Syracuse University; Nick Canfield, Process Zip; Lauren Gilbert, Rutgers University; Fatima Wise and Peter Blanck, Syracuse UniversityDisability Inclusion in Corporate Supplier Diversity Policies
Douglas Kruse, Lisa Schur, Mason Ameri and Lauren Gilbert, Rutgers UniversityPaid Leave Mandates and Disability Employment
Yana Rodgers, So Ri Park, Lisa Schur, Mason Ameri and Douglas Kruse, Rutgers UniversityDisability and Telework in the Pandemic
Discussants: Fitore Hyseni Peter Blanck, Syracuse University
Sophie Mitra, Fordham University
 
10.4  Working Successfully in Virtual Teams (Workshop)—Breakout Stream 4
Chair: Jasmeer Basi, USDA Food and Nutrition Services
 
10.5  Emerging Critical Perspectives on Worker Voice—Breakout Stream 5
Chair: Arrow Minster, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Panelists: Yaminette Diaz-Linhart, Brandeis UniversityBeyond safeguarding practices of occupations: Professional associations as a form of collective voice
Phela I. Townsend, Rutgers UniversityBlack worker centers: a critical analysis of race and class in worker organizing
Arrow Minster, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyWorker voice as labor: silence, (in)action, and the social construction of affect
Discussant: Duanyi Yang, Cornell University
 
10.6  LERA Best Papers Session IX: Union Support (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 6
Chair: Tingting Zhang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Presenters: Zachary Schaller, Colorado State UniversityWhere Unions Fell: A Geographical Analysis of Labor Union Representation Elections in the U.S.
Andrew Keyes and Jack Fiorito, Florida State University and Pauline de Becdelièvre, Paris-Saclay Normal SchoolC'est Pareil Mais Différent: Union Support in France and the U.S.
Lorenzo Frangi, University of Québec at Montréal; Jack Fiorito, Florida State University; and Tingting Zhang, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignGeneral Union Attitude and Situational Union Voting Intentions: A Comparative Analysis between the USA and Canada
William Herbert, Hunter College; Jacob Apkarian, York College, City University of New York; and Joseph Van Der Naald, City University of New YorkDeterminants in Higher Education Representation Election Results, 2012-2020
  
4:15 ‑ 5:15 pmConcurrent Sessions
 
Chair: Robert Bruno, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Panelists: Hamilton Nolan, Labor Reporter for In These Times
Augustus Wood, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Rebecca Kolins Givan, Rutgers University
Ruth Milkman, City University of New York Graduate Center
Maria Figueroa, SUNY Empire State College, School of Labor Studies
 
Chair: Greg J. Bamber, Monash University (Melbourne)
Presenters: Denise Currie, Queen's University BelfastWorkplace Conflict Management Approaches and their Efficacy for Resolving Identity-based Conflict
David Nash and Deborah Hann, Cardiff UniversityDo Firms Practice Conflict Management Strategically? Survey Evidence from the U.K.
Julian Teicher, Central Queensland University; Bernadine Van Gramberg, Swinburne University (Melbourne); and Greg J. Bamber, Monash University (Melbourne)Understanding COVID-19 Workplace Conflicts through Employment Relations Theories Lenses
Erling Rasmussen, Gaye Greenwood and Yashika Chandhok, Auckland University of TechnologyEmployment Relationship Problems and Workplace Conflict Resolution in New Zealand: Introducing New Research Insights to Reframe Conflict Resolution Processes
Discussant: Javier Ramirez, Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
Presenters: Katrina G. Nobles and Ariel C. Avgar, Cornell University and Ryan Lamare, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignU.S. Labor and Employment ADR: A System in Flux
 
Panelist: Cathy Stevens, Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
Chair: Jennifer W. Disotell, Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
 
11.4  LERA Award Winners Roundtable—Breakout Stream 4
Co-Chairs: Janice Bellace, University of Pennsylvania and Rosemary Batt, Cornell University
 
11.5  LERA Best Papers Session X: Conflict and Transition (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 5
Chair: Lorenzo Frangi, University of Québec at Montréal
Presenters: Eric Benjamin Blanc, New York University“Did We Win?” Using Digital Data to Explore Participants' Expectations and Assessments in the 2018 Teachers’ Strikes
Daniel Marschall, AFL-CIO Working for America InstituteManufacturing Apprenticeship for Dislocated Workers: A Case Study

Sunday

Conference Activities  •  6/5/2022
10:30 ‑ 10:45 am
Co-Chairs: Emily Smith and Bernadette Tiemann, LERA
11 am ‑ 12 pm
Chair: Michael Hillard, University of Southern Maine
Featured Speaker: Congressman Jesús "Chuy" García, (IL-04)Corporate Governance and Labor in the United States
Discussants: William Lazonick, Academic-Industry Research Network
Lenore Palladino, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
  
12:15 ‑ 1:15 pmConcurrent Sessions
 
Chair: Nina Eichacker, University of Rhode Island
Panelists: Rosemary Batt, Cornell UniversityPrivate Equity and Labor
Sanford M. Jacoby, University of California, Los AngelesLabor in the Age of Finance
Matthew Hopkins, SOAS University of LondonPredatory Value Extraction: Analysis and Case Studies
 
Chair: Dora Sari, International Labour Organization
 
Chair: Ian Greer, Cornell University
Presenters: Bryce VanderBerg, Michigan State UniversityThe Long-Run Effects of Early Career Job Loss During the Great Recession
Brian Quay, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health; Sharon Silver and Jia Li, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (NIOSH)Employment Status, Unemployment Duration, and Healthcare Access Among U.S. Adults of Prime Working Age: BRFSS, 2018-2019
Lonnie Golden, Penn State Abington and Jaeseung Kim, University of South CarolinaUnderemployment in U.S. Labor Markets --Its Distribution and Health Consequences On U.S. Workers
 
Chair: Dionne Pohler, University of Toronto
Presenters: Danielle Lamb, Rupa Banerjee and Talia Emanuel, Ryerson UniversityNew Canadians Working Amidst a New Normal: Recent Immigrant Wage Penalties in Canada during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Peter J. Fugiel, University of Illinois, Urbana-ChampaignFor Whom is Unpredictability a Problem? Evidence from the American Time Use Survey 2017-18
Adam Loos, California State University - Dominguez HillsHow did John D. Rockefeller Jr.'s Colorado Industrial Plan Impact and Inform Human Resources Best Practices and What Were the Collateral Impacts of the Plan?
 
Chair: Janice Bellace, University of Pennsylvania
Presenters: Jana Karen Silverman, The Pennsylvania State UniversityThe Effectiveness of Union Contestation in Periods of Political Volatility and Democratic Decline: Lessons from Brazil
Sara Hungler, ELTE Faculty of Law, Budapest (Hungary)Labor Law reforms after the Populist Turn
Chloe Fortin-Bergeron, Université du Québec à Trois Rivières and Cassandra Bowkett, University of ManchesterInstitutional Legacy and Strategic Capabilities: Comparison of Trade Union Responses in the U.K. and Canadian Telecommunications
  
1:30 ‑ 2:30 pmConcurrent Sessions
 
Co-Chairs: Michael Hillard, University of Southern Maine and Phoebe Strom, Cornell University
Presenters: Lenore Palladino, University of Massachusetts-AmherstEconomic Democracy at Work: Why (and How) Workers Should be Represented on US Corporate Boards
Nina Eichacker, University of Rhode IslandCorporate Governance in Comparative Historic Context: German Codetermination on Corporate Boards as an Alternative to Shareholder Primacy
Richard McIntyre, University of Rhode Island and Michael Hillard, University of Southern MaineManagerial, Institutional, and Class Theoretic Approaches to Shareholderism vs. Stakeholderism
 
Chair: Jinyoung Park, Pennsylvania State University
Presenters: Elaine Hui, Penn StateBottom-Up Unionization in China: A Power Resources Analysis
John Kallas, Cornell UniversityExamining Sources of Power and Strike Effectiveness in the U.S. Healthcare Industry
Matthew Fischer-Daly, Cornell UniversityLabor Control and Contestation in Strawberry International Commodity Networks: The Role of Human Dignity in Bargaining Power
Discussant: Marissa Brookes, University of California, Riverside
 
13.3  LERA Best Papers Session XIV: Worker Mobility and Vulnerability (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 3
Chair: Michael M. Oswalt, IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law
Presenters: Adrienne Edisis, Virginia TechPost COVID-19: Effects of Variation in State Labor Regulations on Worker Opportunity and Equity
Jasmine Annette Platt, Boise State UniversityVulnerable Workers Don't Bring Home the (Davis-) Bacon
Jonathan F. Harris, Loyola Law School, Los AngelesConsumer Law as Work Law
 
13.4  LERA Best Papers Session XV: Voice Miscellany (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 4
Chair: Desiree LeClercq, Cornell University
Presenters: Jingjiang Zhang, Newcastle UniversityBreak the Shackles of Spirit
Paul Luc Tainturier, Université de Paris 1 Panthéon-SorbonneAssessing the Democratic Dimension of Voice: The Contributions of the Accountability Concept
Jung Ook Kim, Rutgers UniversitySpillover From the Workplace to Politics-A Cross-National Comparison of the Patterns of Political Behaviors
 
13.5  LERA Best Papers Session XVI: Public Sector (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 5
Chair: Jennifer M. Harmer, University of Toronto
Presenters: Mark R Reiff, University of California at DavisIn Defense of Public Sector Unionization
Patrice M. Mareschal and Jeffrey H. Keefe, Rutgers UniversitySocioeconomic Status, Crime Rates, Population, or Something Else?: Police Staffing and Compensation in New Jersey
Bradley R. Weinberg, Queen's UniversityCollective Bargaining in the Public Sector of Canada in Light of the Constitutional Right to Strike: Legislative Changes and their Impact on Conflict and Wages
  
2:45 ‑ 3:45 pmConcurrent Sessions
 
14.1  LERA Best Posters (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 1
Chair: Hye Jin Rho, Michigan State University
Presenters: Eung Il Kim, Yonsei UniversityI Will Be Happy, Where I Can Communicate: The Positive Role of Employees' Representative Meetings on Employees' Quality at Work
Jacqueline M. Zalewski and Johnna Capitano, West Chester University of PennsylvaniaA Qualitative Study of the Nonstandard, Contingent Workforce and Their Socialization Into Client Organizations
Fangliang Zhang and Tianlong You, Yunnan University, School of Ethnology and SociologyPrecarious Entrepreneurs: The Case Analysis of Rohingya Jadeite Entrepreneurs in Ruili City, China, During the Pandemic
 
Chair: Enrique Lopezlira, University of California, Berkeley
Presenters: Ken Jacobs, University of California, Berkeley; Kuochih Huang and Jenifer MacGillvary, UC Berkeley Labor Center; and Enrique Lopezlira, University of California, BerkeleyThe Public Cost of Low-Wage Jobs in the U.S. Construction Industry
Scott Littlehale, Northern California Carpenters Regional CouncilBurdened Builders: The Case of California Construction Trades Workers' Housing Costs & Compensation
Gabriel Pleites and Peter Phillips, University of UtahEpochs of Collectively Bargained Wages in U.S. Construction: the Great Compression and the Great divergence in Union Construction Wages 1907 to 2019
Discussants: Russell Ormiston, Allegheny College
Ken Jacobs, University of California, Berkeley
Matthew Capece, United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America
 
Chair: Ting Zhang, University of Baltimore
Presenters: William M. Boal, Drake UniversityShorter Hours and Productivity: Evidence from Coal Mining
Turner Cotterman, Erica Fuchs, Mitchell Small and Kate S. Whitefoot, Carnegie Mellon UniversityThe Transition to Electrified Vehicles: Implications for the Future of Automotive Manufacturing and Worker Skills and Occupation
Rachel L.R. Reolfi, Erica Fuchs and Valerie J. Karplus, Carnegie Mellon UniversityImpacts of Vehicle Electrification on Vehicle Use Phase Employment
 
14.4  LERA Best Papers Session XVIII: Specific Workers, Qualitative (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 4
Chair: Lin Xiu, University of Minnesota Duluth
Presenters: Evren Mehmet Dincer, Abdullah Gul UniversityCollege Students as Turkey's New Pool of Informal Workforce: Coffee Shop Sector in Bursa
Xiaoxu Chen, Yunnan University, School of Ethnology and SociologyInternational Water as Social Space: A Case Study of Lancang-Mekong Transnational Shipping Crewmen
Maitreyee Bardhan Roy, Adamas UniversityProletariat Speaks: Women Workers Voices In An IT Sector
 
Chair: Thomas J. Norman, California State University Dominguez Hills
Presenters: Arvind Karunakaran, McGill UniversityTruce Structures: Mechanisms for Addressing Protracted Jurisdictional Conflicts between Professions
Stephen Silvia, American UniversityUnion Organizing, Public Relations Firms, and Outside Consultants: The Experience of the United Auto Workers
Aibak Hafeez, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignHow Employee Demographics Influence Arbitration Outcomes: Evidence from the Securities Industry Discrimination Complaints