Andrea Hsu is NPR's labor and workplace correspondent.
Hsu first joined NPR in 2002 and spent nearly two decades as a producer for All Things Considered. Through interviews and in-depth series, she's covered topics ranging from America's opioid epidemic to emerging research at the intersection of music and the brain. She led the award-winning NPR team that happened to be in Sichuan Province, China, when a massive earthquake struck in 2008. In the coronavirus pandemic, she reported a series of stories on the pandemic's uneven toll on women, capturing the angst that women and especially mothers were experiencing across the country, alone. Hsu came to NPR via National Geographic, the BBC, and the long-shuttered Jumping Cow Coffee House.
- As The Pandemic Recedes, Millions Of Workers Are Saying 'I Quit'
- In The Wake Of The Pandemic, Workers Are Reestablishing Their Values — By Quitting
- The Teamsters Want To Unionize Amazon Workers. Here's What That Means
- It's Personal: Zoom'd Out Workplace Ready For Face-To-Face Conversations To Return
- Federal COVID Workplace Safety Rules Are Here. But Only For Health Care Workers
- Working In Sweatpants May Be Over As Companies Contemplate The Great Office Return
- Millions Of Women Haven't Rejoined The Workforce — And May Not Anytime Soon
- OSHA Was Expected To Issue Emergency Rules Around COVID-19 Safety. It Still Hasn't.
- As Mask Mandates Disappear, Business Owners Make And Enforce Their Own Rules
- Business Owners Have Decisions To Make After New CDC Mask Guidance
- Hours Before Nursing Home Workers Strike, Governor Says Basic Agreement Has Been Met
- Longtime AFL-CIO Official Takes Up Key Labor Post In Biden Administration