Charles Heckscher

Director of the Center for Workplace Transformation, Rutgers University

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Professor and Director of the Center for Workplace Transformation at Rutgers University School of Management and Labor Relations

Charles Heckscher on KCRW

This week, literally thousands of people have lost their jobs in manufacturing, construction and industry. Even in Silicon Valley, unemployment is rising fast.

Who's Hiring, Who's Firing and How to Cope

This week, literally thousands of people have lost their jobs in manufacturing, construction and industry. Even in Silicon Valley, unemployment is rising fast.

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Monday, it was 20,000 at  Caterpillar , 8,000 at Pfizer and  Sprint/Nextel  and 7,000 at  Home Depot . Yesterday it was 3500 at  Corning Glass  and today it’s 10,000 at  Boeing .

The Ravages of Unemployment

Monday, it was 20,000 at Caterpillar , 8,000 at Pfizer and Sprint/Nextel and 7,000 at Home Depot . Yesterday it was 3500 at Corning Glass and today it’s 10,000 at Boeing .

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