Robert Trumble, professor of management at Virginia Commonwealth University and director of the Virginia Labor Studies Center, can speak on labor issues, productivity, telecommuting, immigration-related workforce topics, networking, job patterns and other workforce issues. Trumble is the former deputy director of the Division of Policy Research and Analysis at the National Science Foundation and the former director of the Division of Resource Analysis at the National Institutes of Health. Trumble has extensive experience consulting with governments, universities and corporations on human resource policies, both in the U.S. and abroad. He is a former Fulbright scholar and the former dean of the business schools at both VCU and Kent State. Trumble has experience speaking with reporters and has been quoted on such topics as immigration, telecommuting, personal use of workplace computers, the self-employed, older workers, relocating for work, Taft-Hartley, corporate credit card abuse, digital overload in the workplace, sick-day abuse, the unemployment rate, labor negotiations, networking, outsourcing, salaries and benefits, overtime, workplace benefits for adoptive parents, handling pending layoffs, alternative work schedules, part-time work, CEO compensation, work stoppages, mothers in the workplace and daylighting. For an interview, contact Tom Gresham, VCU Communications and Public Relations, (804) 828-6051, firstname.lastname@example.org.