What Does Social Equality Require of Employers? A Response to Professor Bagenstos

Source: Brishen Rogers, Temple University Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2014-09, March 17, 2014

From the abstract:
In response to Samuel Bagenstos’ recent article “Employment Law and Social Equality,” this short essay considers the relationship between social equality and other aspects of individual employment law, including minimum wage laws and regulations on employer control of employee political speech. It also asks whether social equality may provide a consistent normative foundation for all three sub-fields of work law, namely labor law, employment discrimination, and individual employment law.