PUBLIC POLICY: The Low-Wage Labor Market and the Failure of Management By Prof. OREN LEVIN-WALDMAN

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A common criticism of increasing the minimum wage is that minimum wage workers simply aren’t worth more than they are receiving. They simply lack the skills required to command higher wages. Or if it isn’t a matter of skill, it is a question of quality. Low-wage workers, in other words, are simply poor quality workers. Therefore, it is incumbent upon …

eHeziPUBLIC POLICY: The Low-Wage Labor Market and the Failure of Management By Prof. OREN LEVIN-WALDMAN

Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins Announces Wage Theft Prevention Act Having Been Signed Into Law

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Albany, NY — Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins today announced Wage Theft Prevention Act (S8380), legislation she co-sponsored in the Senate, has been signed into law by Governor David A. Paterson. This new law will effectively expand workplace rights of employees by requiring employers not only to provide employees with necessary wage information, but put in place sanctions for employers who fail …

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Rubino Exemplifies the ‘Family and Friends Network’ Ethic BY HEZI ARIS

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June 25, 2010, Yonkers, NY — Yonkers awaits a salient response from the Board of Ethics who were asked to look into the conduct of Frank Rubino regarding his accepting employment with Harris Beach, Yonkers’ Bond Counsel, within weeks of stepping down from his position as Yonkers Corporation Counsel. The June meeting of the Ethics Board, shy of attendance by the …

eHeziRubino Exemplifies the ‘Family and Friends Network’ Ethic BY HEZI ARIS