IRLE Research Briefs focus on labor and employment issues in California.
#40 The Need for a Better Deal for Workers & Residents in Inland Southern California: A Case Study of QVC Inc.’s 2015 Operating Covenant Agreement with Ontario, California
Juliann Allison, Nathaniel Cline, Ellen Reese
#39: “Current Challenges to Workers and Unions in Brazil”
Roberto Véras de Oliveira
#38: “Wage Inequality and the Liberalization of Industrial Relations in the United States”
#37: “The ‘Raise the Wage’ Coalition in Los Angeles: Framing Opportunity Against Corporate Power”
Fernando Cortés Chirino
#36: “Why the City of Ontario Needs to Raise the Minimum Wage: Earnings Among Warehouse Workers in Inland Southern California”
Ellen Reese, Juliann Allison, and Joel Herrera
Is California’s Gig Economy Growing? Exploring Trends in Independent Contracting
UCLA Institute for Research on Labor and Employment
Profile, Practices and Needs of California’s Domestic Work Employers
Saba Waheed, Lucero Herrera, Ryna Orellana, Blake Valenta and Tia Koonse
Get To Work or Go To Jail: Workplace Rights Under Threat
UCLA Labor Center
A New Way of Life Reentry Project
Contributors: Noah Zatz, Tia Koonse, Theresa Zhen, Lucero Herrera, Han Lu, Steven Shafer, and Black Valenta
Exploring the Costs of Classifying Workers as Independent Contractors: Four Illustrative Sectors
The Hollywood Diversity Report series primarily examines the relationship between diversity and the bottom line in the entertainment industry.
Please direct any questions about the reports to Dr. Ana-Christina Ramón, Director of Research and Civic Engagement for the Division of Social Sciences, at firstname.lastname@example.org
2016 Hollywood Diversity Report: Business as Usual?
Hollywood Diversity Report series primarily examines the relationship between diversity and the bottom line in the entertainment industry.
2015 Hollywood Diversity Report: Flipping the Script
2014 Hollywood Diversity Report: Making Sense of the Disconnect
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