Expand your opportunities and impact your world.
GO TO PROGRAMS OVERVIEW
GO TO RESEARCH & CENTERS OVERVIEW
GO TO NEWS & EVENTS OVERVIEW
GO TO ABOUT OVERVIEW
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.
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....