Implications of COVID-19 for Workers: International Comparisons of Government, Employer and Union Policies and Practices

Cooke, F. L. (Speaker), Bamber, G. (Speaker), Virginia Doellgast (Speaker), Harry Katz (Speaker), Janice Bellace (Session chair)

Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesContribution to workshop, seminar, course

Description

•Fang Lee Cooke (Monash University)
•Greg J. Bamber (Monash University)
•Virginia Doellgast (Cornell University, USA, ex-LSE)
•Harry Katz (Cornell University, USA, ex-MIT)
Moderator: Janice Bellace (University of Pennsylvania, USA). Fang covers China; Greg covers Australia; Virginia covers Germany; Harry covers USA.

This Webinar is hosted by the US Labor and Employment Relations Association (LERA); it is the US organization where professionals interested in all aspects of HR and employment relations network to share ideas and learn about new developments, issues, and practices in the field. Founded in 1947, LERA provides a unique forum where the views of representatives of labour, management, government and academics, advocates and neutrals are welcome. LERA constituencies include professionals in the areas of academic research and education, pay and benefits, human resources, labour and employment law, labour and management resources, labour markets and economics, public policy, training and development, and union administration and organizing. Membership includes subscriptions to a number of publications, advance information and discounts on meetings, and many other opportunities to meet the leaders in our field and share ideas through participating in industry councils and interest sections. Join our professional community and become part of the dialog to shape the workplace of the future. For more about LERA, see: https://lera.memberclicks.net/about
Period4 Jun 2020
Event typeSeminar
Location, United States of America
Degree of RecognitionInternational

Keywords

  • COVID-19
  • China
  • Australia
  • Germany
  • USA
  • employment relations
  • unions
  • government policy
  • employers