2017 Dec 01
2017 Dec 01
Supreme Court will decide if women can join together to fight sexual harassment at work.” American Constitution Society .Abstract. 11/16/2017. “
Today, 24.7 million American workers have been forced to sign contracts that, as a condition of employment, require them to waive their rights to joining a class action lawsuit to address sexual harassment and other workplace disputes—instead these workers must act alone to resolve what is often systemic violations of employment protections. The National Labor Relations Board has determined that these arbitration agreements violate workers’ right under the National Labor Relations Act to join together for “mutual aid and protection.” Business interests—and the Trump administration—disagree. In Murphy Oil, the Supreme Court will decide whether workers have the right to come together to protect themselves from workplace issues like sexual harassment. The case could not be more relevant, or present the Justices with two more starkly divergent options.
Firms as Political Entities: Saving Democracy through Economic Bicameralism. New York: Cambridge University Press.Abstract. 10/25/2017.
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