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SMLR’s Charles Fay discusses how millennials compare to other generations when it comes to career and financial skills.
SMLR’s Janice Fine believes labor unions could help the government enforce labor standards.
Natalie earned a Master’s of Human Resource Management at SMLR.
SMLR’s Will Brucher discusses how lawmakers can usher in “more business friendly” policies.
Writing about Gov. Phil Murphy’s efforts, the Targum notes that Gov. Christie awarded $1.3 million to SMLR in 2017 to train Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselors.
SMLR’s Joseph Blasi and Douglas Kruse argue that employee ownership is the antidote to anti-capitalist sentiment. The AP, Chicago Tribune, and Los Angeles Times published this op-ed.
SMLR employment law expert James M. Cooney offers a legal perspective on the controversy.
Reacting to strikes in West Virginia, Oklahoma, and Kentucky, SMLR’s Rebecca Kolins Givan explains the underlying tensions.
Testing might “unnecessarily be limiting the pool of candidates,” according to SMLR’s Sidney Seligman.
SMLR’s Norah Kerr-McMurry offers tips to avoid identity theft.
SMLR’s Janice Fine believes organizing will prevail.
Interim Dean Adrienne Eaton, who wrote a book about the partnership, reacts to the announcement that more than half of the coalition’s unions are forming their own alliance....