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The Labor and Unions group is now part of The Worker Institute.

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Manuscripts from 2009

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Cultural Capital: Challenges to New York State’s Competitive Advantages in the Arts and Entertainment Industry, Lois Gray, Maria Figueroa, Catherine Lanier, and Daniel Cerio

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ILR Labor Advance, Spring 2009, ILR Extension Labor Programs

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Project Labor Agreements in New York State: In the Public Interest, Fred B. Kotler J.D.

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Is There A Women’s Way Of Organizing? Genders, Unions, and Effective Organizing, Pam Whitefield, Sally Alvarez, and Yasmin Emrani

Articles & Chapters from 2008

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Collective Bargaining in the Era of Grocery Industry Restructuring, Richard W. Hurd

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ILR Labor Advance, Fall 2008, ILR Extension Labor Programs

Manuscripts from 2007

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The Cost of Worker Misclassification in New York State, Linda H. Donahue, James Ryan Lamare, and Fred B. Kotler J.D.

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Why Contracts Can Be Hard To Interpret, Ken Margolies

Manuscripts from 2006

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Review of the book Framed: Labor and the Corporate Media, Sally Alvarez

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Talking vs. Communicating, Ken Margolies

Articles & Chapters from 2005

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Communicating Across Cultures, Ken Margolies

Manuscripts from 2004

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Review of the book Building Movement Bridges: The Coalition of Labor Union Women, Sally Alvarez

Articles & Chapters from 2003

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Robo the Steward, Ken Margolies

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Working It Out, Ken Margolies

Articles & Chapters from 2002

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Creative Problem Solving, Ken Margolies

Articles & Chapters from 2001

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The Steward’s Role in Bargaining, Ken Margolies

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Uniting a Divided Workforce, Ken Margolies

Articles & Chapters from 2000

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Representing Difficult People, Ken Margolies

Articles & Chapters from 1998

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Creative Pressure Tactics, Ken Margolies

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Time Management for Stewards, Ken Margolies

Articles & Chapters from 1997

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Building Membership Participation, Ken Margolies