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Diversity in higher education benefits everyone. ~ Dr. Terri Boyer of the Center for Women and Work explains the purpose of education.
The NY Times, LA Times, Guardian (UK), and close to 40 other news orgs on six continents published articles about a SMLR-led study of accessibility in the sharing economy....
"If good-paying, stable jobs are the economy’s goal, then encouraging employee stock ownership in companies makes a lot of sense." ~ Professor Douglas Kruse
Binod Khadria is the first-ever ICCR Chair at Rutgers SMLR.
Angelica Santomauro, the executive director of the American Labor Museum, tells Harper’s Magazine that our labor studies course “changed her life” and career trajectory.
Sheri Davis-Faulkner, who will help steer our new WILL (Women Innovating Labor Leadership) Empower project, recently discussed the project on the WPFW Radio program, Arise!
Professor David Bensman weighs in on California port truckers' fight for fair wages and work.
Professor Joseph Blasi explains current research findings on Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs) in his article.
Strengthening labor standards enforcement would ensure that standards are upheld for all workers, immigrant and others, according to a co-authored paper by Professor Janice Fine.
Airbnb hosts are more likely to reject the disabled, according to a study by Mason Ameri, IRHR'17; Sean Rogers, IRHR'13; and SMLR Professors Lisa Schur and Doug Kruse.
Barry Melnkovic, MHRM '81 is the newly minted Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer for U.S. Steel.
“If wages are good and they’re public projects, not private projects, [infrastructure spending] can make labor unions very happy.” ~ SMLR Associate Professor Rebecca Kolins Givan