Kenneth Dau-Schmidt

Indiana University

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Kenneth Dau-Schmidt is Professor of Labor and Employment Law at Indiana University's Maurer School of Law.

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Last week, Donald Trump tweeted progress on a campaign promise: Carrier Air Conditioning might not move 2000 jobs to Mexico after all.

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Last week, Donald Trump tweeted progress on a campaign promise: Carrier Air Conditioning might not move 2000 jobs to Mexico after all.

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Under federal law, employees don't have to join unions, but labor contracts require that they pay for the representation that unions provide.

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Under federal law, employees don't have to join unions, but labor contracts require that they pay for the representation that unions provide.

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