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Professor Francis Ryan said the proposal could be a positive for Philadelphia in terms of reducing liabilities and for unions in assuring that employees are protected.
Charles Brown, SMLR's adjunct professor, shares eight potential options to help students avoid taking on more loans and manage their time.
A study conducted by a team that included Rutgers SMLR professor Patrick McKay found that having a racially diverse workforce can improve retail sales performance.
A Crain’s New York Business report mentions the community health worker apprenticeship program, based at SMLR.
SMLR Visiting Distinguished Scholar Wilma Liebman shares her insights on franchisees and joint employers.
Former NLRB Chair Wilma Liebman, a Visiting Distinguished Scholar at SMLR, discusses the challenges facing gig economy workers.
SMLR's Assistant Professor Tobias Schulze-Cleven leads off EuropeNow's special feature with an examination of the future of higher education research.
“How health care providers are paid for services has vastly changed,” said Bill Castellano, associate dean of executive and professional education regarding new Certified Health Care Manager Program. “Payments are...
Paul Sparrow, Ph.D., SMLR visiting scholar, is the recipient of the 2016 Michael R. Losey Excellence in Human Resource Research Award.
Professor Paula Voos' co-authored study tackles concerns that unionization would harm academic freedom or relationships with professors.
Charles Brown, an adjunct instructor in SMLR’s Department of Human Resource Management discusses Microsoft's new strategy to diversify its workforce.
Rutgers SMLR's Janice Fine and Patrice Marsechal weigh in on the secrecy surrounding public contracts, citing oversight as the issue: “No agency within the state appears to have the capacity...