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October 2012


  • booksTN

    Leading insight

    New books published by ILR faculty focus on "Pay" and on workplace challenges and opportunities for people with disabilities.

  • Jack Goncalo

    Positive rejection

    ILR and Johns Hopkins researchers win best paper award for a study that links exclusion to heightened creativity at work.

  • James Hansen

    Fighting climate change

    Renowned NASA scientist James Hansen was a featured speaker at the Global Labor Institute's international conference.

  • ILR School

    Making connections

    Global companies and alumni recruiters continue to seek top talent at ILR's Career Fair, celebrating its 25th anniversary.

ILR in the News

Newsday - Matthew Freedman, Assistant Professor of Labor Economics
"Minimum wage hike gets support from low-paid New Yorkers"

The Courier - Pam Tolbert, Lois S. Gray Professor of Industrial and Labor Relations and the Social Sciences
"Auto boom puts pressure on suppliers"

The Wall Street Journal - Louis Hyman, Assistant Professor of Labor Relations, Law and History
"Ten Things Credit Bureaus Won't Tell You"

Dimensions - Laura Hertzog, Director of Human Capital Development Diversity programs
"Driven by a Sense of Public Service"

More media stories and interviews featuring ILR people at: http://ilrinthenews.blogspot.com/.

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Featured Video

ILR School

Beyond Yellow Ribbons: Putting Veterans with Disabilities to Work
ILR Online webcast presents research, offers practical advice for employers.

Events

ILR Labor Roundtable
November 16, Ithaca Campus

Webcast on Economic Policy
December 12, ILR Online Webcast

HR in Hospitality Conference
March 11, 2012, Las Vegas




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