America's workers deserve to get paid for burning the midnight oil
PATRICIA SMITH and Sharon Block. 10/13/2017. “America's workers deserve to get paid for burning the midnight oil.” The HIll. Publisher's VersionAbstract
Will the Labor Department appeal a judge’s recent decision that could deny overtime pay to millions of Americans? Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta has been clear that he doesn’t like the Obama administration’s overtime rule, insisting that he wants to reconsider it and possibly make one of his own. But he needs to appeal the judge’s decision regardless, otherwise he’s creating uncertainty that isn’t good for anyone.
Richard B. Freeman. 10/28/2010. “What Can We Learn from NLRA to Create Labor Law for the 21st Century?” In SYMPOSIUM: The National Labor Relations Act at 75: Its Legacy and its Future. PDF Version
Arnold M. Zack. 6/2010. “Developing Standards Of Workplace Justice Within International Organizations.” American Society of International Law International Organizations Interest Group Review. Publisher's Version
Arnold M. Zack. 3/13/2009. “First Contract Arbitration: Issues and Design.” Labor and Employment Relations Association's Blog. Publisher's Version
Arnold M. Zack. 1/4/2009. “International Trends In ADR – An Asian View.” In LERA Meeting. San Francisco, California. Publisher's Version
Richard B. Freeman and Marit Rehavi. 2009. “Helping Workers Online and Offline: Innovations in Union and Worker Organization Using the Internet.” In Studies of Labor Market Intermediation, edited by DAVID H. AUTOR. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Shared Capitalism: at Work: Employee Ownership, Profit and Gain Sharing, and Broad-based Stock Options. (Freeman R, Blasi J, Kruse D). University of Chicago Press; 2009.
2009. Shared Capitalism: at Work: Employee Ownership, Profit and Gain Sharing, and Broad-based Stock Options. (Freeman R, Blasi J, Kruse D). University of Chicago Press; 2009. , Pp. 432. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.Abstract

The historical relationship between capital and labor has evolved in the past few decades. One particularly noteworthy development is the rise of shared capitalism, a system in which workers have become partial owners of their firms and thus, in effect, both employees and stockholders. Profit sharing arrangements and gain-sharing bonuses, which tie compensation directly to a firm’s performance, also reflect this new attitude toward labor.

Shared Capitalism at Work analyzes the effects of this trend on workers and firms. The contributors focus on four main areas: the fraction of firms that participate in shared capitalism programs in the United States and abroad, the factors that enable these firms to overcome classic free rider and risk problems, the effect of shared capitalism on firm performance, and the impact of shared capitalism on worker well-being. This volume provides essential studies for understanding the increasingly important role of shared capitalism in the modern workplace.

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Arnold M. Zack. 11/11/2008. A Potential Roadmap toward Workplace Fairness in China. Council on Foreign Relations. Publisher's Version
Arnold M. Zack. 11/2008. “A Modest Proposal for Mediating Code of Conduct Challenges.” In . NYU Law School. Publisher's Version
Arnold M. Zack. 5/30/2008. “International Legal Standards for Labor and Employment Law.” In Workplace Fairness Disputes in a Global Economy: Hong Kong and PCR Perspectives. Hong Kong. Publisher's Version
Arnold M. Zack. 5/19/2008. “Using Mediation to Resolve Workplace Disputes in China.” In Mediation in Hong Kong:The Way Forward. University of Hong Kong Law School: Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre. Publisher's Version
Richard B. Freeman. 4/2008. “2008 Universities set the pace in labor relations.” Harvard Community Resource. PDV Version
2007. “The Crisis In Workplace Governance.” Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal, Special Issue in Honor of Paul C. Weiler, , Vol. 28, 2, Pp. Introduction.
Arnold M. Zack. 6/2004. “Conciliation of Disputes Over International Labor Standards.” In Fifth Asian Regional Congress of the International Industrial Relations Association. Korea. Publisher's Version