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Dr. Frank Shipper, professor of management in Salisbury University’s Franklin P. Perdue School of Business, recently was invited to participate in Rutgers University’s Mid-Year Fellows Workshop in Honor of Louis...
"An apprenticeship has a structure. There are modules in the classroom, then that is reinforced on the job" ~ Padma Arvind, director of Rutgers University's Healthcare Talent Development Center.
Two of SMLR's Distinguished Professors, Joseph Blasi and Douglas Kruse, discuss the ideas of bipartisan tax reforms.
SMLR faculty member Will Brucher speaks out about the extremely large value of ports and its daily imported and exported goods.
A SMLR Associate Professor, Janice Fine, spoke at a press conference about this issue saying, “It gives more tools to local enforcement agencies."
It's been a rough few decades for the labor movement, but a new wave of workers is determined to fight for their rights and a SMLR Associate Professor, Janice Fine,...
A SMLR study focuses on voters with disabilities and how their ability to vote is affected.
SMLR Distinguished Professor Sue Schurman comments on the IAM issue. Read more to get a glimpse of what she, and many others have to say.
Associate Professor Janice Fine discusses President Trump's potential impact on the Fight for $15 minimum wage campaign.
"We live in one of the richest states in America, yet we pay women as if we're among the poorest in the nation" ~ SMLR Professor Dana Britton
SMLR Distinguished Professor Sue Schurman weighs in on the issue. Listen to the audio of the interview.
New Jersey’s public teachers are undercompensated, relative to similar workers in New Jersey, according to new research by SMLR Professor Emeritus Jeffrey Keefe.