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Exposing The Glass Ceiling And Social Exclusion Of Arabs In The Israeli Labor Market, Neta Nadiv Aug 2023

Exposing The Glass Ceiling And Social Exclusion Of Arabs In The Israeli Labor Market, Neta Nadiv

Pace International Law Review

This article presents the conservative claim that the public sector ought to lead by example to influence social employment patterns, across the public and private sectors. The hypothesis is that affirmative action plans are instrumental in establishing change in employment processes and are additionally essential in advancing the social concept of employment diversity. In the absence of a clear obligation and set requirements for the inclusion of Arab employees in Israel, an under-represented group, it is likely no significant change in employment patterns will be seen. This article details how current affirmative action plans advocate for integration merely on paper …


How Organizing Collegiate Student-Athletes Under The National Labor Relations Act With The Ncaa As A Joint Employer Can Lead To Significant Changes To The Student-Athlete Compensation Rules, Andrew Gruna Jun 2017

How Organizing Collegiate Student-Athletes Under The National Labor Relations Act With The Ncaa As A Joint Employer Can Lead To Significant Changes To The Student-Athlete Compensation Rules, Andrew Gruna

Pace Intellectual Property, Sports & Entertainment Law Forum

This paper will provide an overview of how National Labor Relations Board cases of Northwestern University and Browning Ferris combined with the analysis presented in the National Labor Relations Board General Counsel Memorandum GC 17-01: General Counsel’s Report on the Statutory Rights of University Faculty and Students in the Unfair Labor Practice Context could impact the laws behind unionization, the contracts of university athletes, and, ultimately through contract negotiations, reintroduce the discussion regarding compensation of student-athletes.