On the At-Will Employment Regime - Part I
With Cynthia Estlund, Catherine A. Rein Professor at NYU School of Law | Interviewed by Matt Crossman
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Today we’re going to talk about our country’s at-will employment regime and how it favors employers over employees. Our guest is Cynthia Estlund. She is a leading and wide ranging scholar of labor and employment law and workplace governance.
Currently a professor at NYU’s Law School, she has also taught at Harvard, Columbia and the University of Texas. We dove so deep on this issue that we turned it into two episodes. This is part one, in which we break down what at-will employment means for employees and employers and the ever-present power struggle between them. Be sure to check out part two, in which we explore ways to rebalance that imbalance of power and search for possible solutions.
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