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Automation and technology are changing many jobs, and making others obsolete--so what does the future of work look like?
Four panelists from NYU and Rutgers shared their experience with higher education unions and encouraged University graduate students to unionize.
Ildi Koczan, a career counselor at the Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations, recently hosted the university's third-annual dining etiquette event to help students navigate the intricacies of breaking bread...
Arati Chaudhury of the Rutgers University School of Management and Labor Relations and the Health Care Talent Network told the committee the home health care and urgent care industries are...
"Employers are learning that these perks are ultimately cost savers, since they build loyalty among workers, which reduces turnover expenses," ~ Teresa Boyer, Assistant Research Professor at SMLR.
Trainor joined a human resources professional panel discussion right here at Rutgers University.
"This is a heightened moment of anxiety over the Trump administration’s actions on immigration, so employers should expect future protests by low-wage and immigrant workers." Janice Fine, Associate Professor at SMLR....
Rebecca Kolins Givan, an Associate Professor of Labor Studies and Employment Relations at Rutgers University, explains the ideas behind the push for privatization.
A Distinguished Professor at SMLR, Douglas Kruse, has his book mentioned in the following article.
“It’s a moment we’re in, where all the typical rules don’t entirely apply,” ~ Janice Fine, Associate Professor at SMLR.
Jeffrey Keefe, Professor emeritus at SMLR, wrote a report which finds that public school teachers in NJ make less than other full-time workers.
“On a daily basis, that’s $547 million a day, just in goods," comments Will Brucher, SMLR faculty member.