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Mark A. Grey

Director of Immigration and Migration Studies

University of Northern Iowa

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University of Northern Iowa

1222 West 27Th St

Cedar Falls, Iowa,50614

United States

Company Description

UNI has a long and rich history of service dating back to the mid-1800’s. In 1866, an orphanage for children affected by the Civil War was established in Cedar Falls. In a few years’ time, it became apparent that the building’s usefulness would shortly be comi...more

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The VivaVine, September/October 1999

vivavegie.org [cached]

"I see this as a wake-up call" to the industry, Mark Grey told the Los Angeles Times.
Grey, an associate professor of anthropology at the University of Northern Iowa, has studied the industry's shift toward immigrant labor for over a decade. And in the rush to deregulation in the 1980s, the U.S. government largely stood by and let these changes occur, although, according to Mark Grey, a good number of government fines for safety violations have been levied. Industrywide, the annual employee turnover in today's meatpacking plants is greater than 50 percent and could be as much as 80 percent, Grey told the Times. Companies like IBP count on this high employee "churn," not to mention the sometimes illegal status of their workforce. If an employee is illegal, he is less likely to report his injuries. But even if he is legal, a six-month wait is the industry standard for health insurance to kick in, according to Grey.


Economics | JCCF

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Mark Grey Ph.D.
University of Northern Iowa


program: cambio de colores / change of colors in missouri

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Mark Grey, Professor of Anthropology, New Iowans Program, University of Northern Iowa
Mark Grey, New Iowans Program, University of Northern Iowa


program: cambio de colores / change of colors in missouri

www.cambiodecolores.org [cached]

Mark Grey, Professor of Anthropology, New Iowans Program, University of Northern Iowa
Mark Grey, New Iowans Program, University of Northern Iowa


2016 Emergency Preparedness and Hazmat Response Conference

www.emergencypreparednessconference.org [cached]

Dr. Michele Devlin and Dr. Mark Grey, University of Northern Iowa


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