“Wage-Law Enforcer Favors Proactive Approach,” by Lauren Weber. The Wall Street Journal. 12.30.14. Read the article.
“What a housekeeper at Harvard’s hotel tells us about inequality,” by Lydia DePillis. The Washington Post, 12.1.15. Read the article.
“The Subcontracted Labor Market” by Richard Freeman. Provided with permission of the Labor and Employment Relations Association Perspectives on Work magazine, 2014. Download the pdf.
“Regulator Hunts Employers Who Evade Worker Costs,” Politico. 11.18.14.
“The Man Whose Job Is to Make Sure Workers Get Paid,” Businessweek.com. 9.25.14. Read the article.
“Who’s the boss?” The Economist. 9.6.14. Read the article.
“Greeley native took different path to the top of his field.” The Greely Tribune. 9.3.14. Read the article.
”More Workers Are Claiming ‘Wage Theft.’“ The New York Times. 8.31.14. Read the article.
”What court rulings against FedEx mean for workers.” MSNBC. 8.27.14. Read the article.
“Playing the ‘who’s the boss?’ game with employees,” The Washington Post. 7.31.14. Read the article.
“Labor board deals major blow to fast food corporations,” MSNBC. 7.29.14. Read the article.
“Low-Wage Workers’ Newest Ally Is a Washington Bureaucrat.” The Nation. 7.1.14. Read the article.
“‘Fissured’ workplaces can affect wages, job conditions.” The Houston Chronicle. Read the article.
U.S. DOL official urges raising the federal minimum wage at U.S. Conference of Mayors meeting.” The Dallas Morning News. 6.21.14. Read the article.
Calcalist, the leading finance journal in Israel, has an extensive interview and discussion of the book on its site. In Hebrew, here.
The May/June, 2014, edition of The World Financial Review contains an article entitled “Vignettes from the Modern Workplace” by David. Read it.
“How fast food keeps wages down, and what’s being done about it.” MSNBC. 6.5.14. Read it.
A June 8, 2014 Boston Globe article talks about David's recent appointment to the Labor Department. Read it.
“David Weil To Begin Serving As First Wage And Hour Administrator,” NPR. 5.5, 14. Read it.
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