Work and the Family Conference
Experts talked about balancing the needs of a capitalist economy and the family unit.
Recent concerns about wage levels, overtime hours, and temporary positions provided the
context for this conference.
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Bernard Anderson Assistant Secretary Department of Labor->Employment Standards
- James Auerbach Co-Bureau Chief National Policy Association
- Francoise Carre Professor Harvard University->Radcliffe Public Policy Center
- Bob Drago Professor Pennsylvania State University->Labor Studies and Industrial Relations
- Susan Green Associate Director Department of Labor
- Lawrence Johnson Senior Economist International Labor Office->Labor Market
- Randel Johnson Vice President U.S. Chamber of Commerce->Labor and Employee Benefits
- Donna Lenhoff General Counsel Women's Legal Defense Fund
- Tiffany Manuel Professor Harvard University->Radcliffe Public Policy Center
- Arthur Schwartz Director General Motors->Strategic Planning
- Lynn Williams President (Former) United Steelworkers of America
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