Health Assessment Penalties May Extend to Spouses

A proposal would let employers use financial incentives to get health data from employees’ spouses.

Can Regulatory Clarity Increase Retirement Savings?

Federal auditor says that more detailed regulation may expand participation in certain retirement programs.

EEOC Probes Hollywood Hiring Practices

Agency requests interviews with female directors in light of allegations of discriminatory hiring.

The Workplace Constitution and the Spiderman Theory of State Action

“With great power comes great responsibility” to ensure workplace equality.

Could Student-Athletes at Public Universities Unionize?

New paper outlines how joint employer status could allow student-athletes to sue the NCAA.

Security Checks, Discrimination, and Jerusalem at the Supreme Court

Supreme Court’s latest term included decisions on labor, housing, and employment law and the separation of powers.

Regulatory Redo for Temporary Work Visas

Florida district court sends federal agencies back to the drawing board.

Administering the Workplace Constitution

The Constitution is distinct and alive in the administrative state.

How the U.S. Government Can Better Promote “Anchor” Institutions

New report proposes ways that the federal government can help encourage anchor institutions to revitalize communities.

Loans for Parolees and Probationers

Proposal would extend SBA Microloan eligibility to individuals on parole or probation.

Analyzing the Job Impacts of Regulation

Wharton School panel discussion assesses new book on how regulations affect employment.


The Democratic Case for Job Impact Analysis

Integrating employment effects into regulatory impact analysis could improve the public debate on regulation.