Wearable COVID Trackers: Business, Surveilance, or Both?

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According to the New York Times, sports leagues, large employers and colleges are turning to devices that could usher in more invasive forms of surveillance. Questions: What are the benefits of these devices? What are the costs of these devices? What fact in this article was the most interesting to you? How would you feel… Read more »

Branson

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In a ballroom of a mountain lodge, diversity coach Miguel Joey Aviles, asked whether anyone knew how to merengue. Only two replied: Yes. These were Branson Missouri managers, who said they’re desperate for employees and are paying $50 each for the workshop. They came from hotels, hospitals, hardware stores and banks. The goal of “Hispanics… Read more »

Solidarity Forever!

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Reversing a landmark ruling from the George W. Bush era, the National Labor Relations Board ruled today that graduate students who work as teaching and research assistants at private universities have the right to form labor unions. Questions: 1. Where did the original case take place? 2. What universities are excluded from the ruling and… Read more »