John Logan is Professor and Director of Labor and Employment Studies at San Francisco State University and a visiting scholar at UC Berkeley.Between 2000 – 2009 he taught in the school of management at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Go Nuclear, Democrats
With the Labor Board's basic functioning at stake, it's time for Harry Reid to ax filibusters.
Ikea’s Race to the Bottom
Turkish workers say Ikea takes advantage of the authoritarian government's anti-union policies.
Right-to-Work in Michigan Is About Politics, Not Economics
Michigan's anti-union legislation will hurt the state’s economy, not help it as Republicans claim.
Walmart’s Fishy Claim of 86 Percent Employee Satisfaction
Do Walmart's high internal polling numbers reflect employee love--or fear?
Walmart’s Downward Wage Spiral
The retail giant’s low wages and poor working conditions drive down standards throughout a burgeoning sector.