Labor Pains

Posted on Sep 14, 2012 | One Comment
Laphonza Butler

Laphonza Butler

A new episode of “Drucker on the Dial” is available today. Host Phalana Tiller talks with Henry Farber, a professor of economics at Princeton University and author of several landmark studies on the declining stability of employment. Tiller also chats with Laphonza Butler, the president of the SEIU’s United Long Term Care Workers’ Union, who is fast becoming a widely recognized voice on behalf of working families.

The conversations explore the shifting trends in job tenure and the changing role of organized labor.

And, Rick Wartzman delivers a piece on how to manage in a snail’s pace economy.

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