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There’s a significant need for smart wage-and-hour enforcement, and the Department of Labor is already short-staffed, said SMLR Professor Janice Fine.
“It was extraordinary that Trump nominated Puzder in the first place,” said Sue Schurman, Distinguished Professor at SMLR.
Many small and medium-sized businesses in the UK are being held back by poor management and leadership skills, according to research by Rutgers SMLR Dean James Hayton.
They “have perspectives and qualifications that most of their colleagues do not have,” said Will Brucher, SMLR labor history professor.
SMLR Professors Joseph Blasi and Douglas Kruse's research shows that the concept of employees owning a share of their company, has a long and robust tradition in American history....
Professors Joseph Blasi and Douglas Kruse, authors of The Citizen's Share, explain: “The Founders understood that the well-being of the country depended on all citizens having a stake in the economy’s...
“A lot of unions are really concerned” about the Cadillac tax and the ACA in general in the wake of the election results, said SMLR Associate Dean Adrienne Eaton....
Living with Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) since the age of 2, Thomas Roy has seen the disease progress throughout his life, but SMLR's online classes are helping him to achieve his dreams....
When Rutgers SMLR first approached Gettysburg College with an HRM affiliation program proposal, Provost Chris Zappe said it was a no-brainer.
Some studies show that employees at ESOP companies tend to be more loyal, more collaborative and more hardworking, said Dan Weltmann, SMLR Ph.D. candidate.
According to a study in 2016 by the Center for Women and Work at Rutgers SMLR, about 4,600 private sector workers in Morristown do not receive a paid sick leave.
Rutgers Center for Women and Work among attendees as the town of Morristown rolls out its "earned sick day ordinance."