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Image of Need for Effective Leadership
Image of Need for Effective Leadership

There is a popular English proverb: “cometh the hour, cometh the man,” the idea that right leaders will come to fore during times of uncertainty & crisis. Today this is indelibly linked to Churchill & his leadership during World War II. For many leaders across the world, “the hour” comes in times of market/business turmoil and now has come again with the COVID-19 pandemic. This talk not only grounds the topic in relevant research but uses international examples and cases to bring the topic ‘to life.’

Tue, 04/13/2021
Image of Order Overload? Demand Spikes and Labor Violations in Global Supply Chains
Image of Order Overload? Demand Spikes and Labor Violations in Global Supply Chains

Join Dr. Greg Distelhorst, Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto for a conversation on "Order Overload? Demand Spikes and Labor Violations in Global Supply Chains. All are welcome.

Fri, 12/18/20
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A Virtual Discussion and Q&A Hosted by the Center for Global Work and Employment. This event was held in cooperation with SMLR’s Labor Education Action Research Network (LEARN) and the Transatlantic Labor Institute (TLI).

Thu, 06/18/20
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SMLR Future of Work(ers) Series
SMLR Future of Work(ers) Series

SMLR Future of Work(ers) Series, presented in conjunction with the Center for Women and Work and the Education and Employment Research Center.

Thu, 03/26/2020
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Image of Rutgers Shield

Acclaimed Chinese director Jia Zhangke casts a compassionate eye on the daily loves, friendships and desperate dreams of the twenty-somethings from China's remote Provinces who come to live and work at Beijing's World Park, a bizarre cross-cultural pollination of Las Vegas and Epcot Center. Cosponsored along with the Rutgers SAS Signature Course "Global East Asia," Department of Geography, Confucius Institute, and Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy.

Thu, 02/27/2020

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