About SMLR

Event Coordinator

Staff

Omari Joseph is the Event Coordinator for the School of  Management and Labor Relations. Omari is the person to contact in reference to  scheduling room reservations at the Labor Education Center.  He is responsible for assisting Union representatives as well as many other organizations with room layouts and technical functionalities  for workshops, receptions, business meeting and conferences.

  • ojoseph@work.rutgers.edu
  • School of Management and Labor Relations
    145 Labor Education Center
    50 Labor Center Way
    New Brunswick, NJ  08901-1254

Professor

Faculty

Dean of School of Management and Labor Relations (beginning August 2015)

Faculty

James Hayton, an internationally known academic scholar and leader, has come to Rutgers from the Warwick Business School at the University of Warwick (UK). He has been appointed dean of the Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations (SMLR).

Hayton’s areas of interest include entrepreneurship and human resources practices in small and medium-sized firms. He joined the faculty at Warwick Business School in 2012 and held the position of associate dean before becoming pro dean in 2014.

Trust In A Complex World

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Professor Charles Heckscher's research for his book, Trust in a Complex World, can be accessed through the links below. 

Civil Society Survey R1

Civil Society Survey R2

Items Summary

Human Resource Management

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Spring Open House RSVP Form


March 3, 2015

Livingston Student Center, Room 202
84 Joyce Kilmer Ave, Piscataway, NJ
5:00pm-6:00pm Undergraduate in HRM
6:00pm-7:00pm Master's in HRM

SMLR's History

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SMLR Policies on Academic Grade Changes

Student Academic Appeals - General Guideline

It is the policy of Rutgers' School of Management and Labor Relations to rely on the academic judgment of the instructor teaching a course – we do not re-grade exams or written assignments. However, we strive to ensure that student academic performance is assessed in a way that is not arbitrary, capricious or discriminatory.