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Work and the Coronavirus Hub

 

Providing resources and analysis to understand how COVID-19 affects work, labor and employment.

 

 

“My time at the ILR School helped me understand both labor and management perspectives, which has proven to be a solid foundation for my career.”

– Rob Manfred, Commissioner of Major League Baseball

 
Faculty Spotlight

Shannon Gleeson

Faculty Member

Shannon Gleeson is an associate professor of Labor Relations, Law and History at the ILR School. Her research focuses on enforcement of workplace protections, the ways in which precarious - especially immigrant - workers mobilize their rights, and the advocacy role played by institutions such as labor unions.

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The Martin P. Catherwood Library is the most comprehensive resource on labor and employment in North America, offering expert research support through reference services, instruction, online guides and access to premier collections.

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Campus Life

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Faculty Friday! Get to know Shannon Gleeson, an associate professor in the Dept. of Labor Relations, Law, & History. Her research focuses on how bureaucracies enforce workplace protections, the ways precarious workers mobilize their rights and the role that unions play in the process. #ilrschool #cornell https://bit.ly/396QeXv

Today we honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his commitment to racial equality and civil rights. His message of non-violence and peaceful protest during this challenging time remains a beacon for future generations. #MLK #CivilRights

Colin Benedict '21, who has worked to widen inclusion for Native American and Indigenous students at Cornell, says ILRs flexibility has broadened his prospects for the future. #ILR #ILRie #Cornell #ILR75 #NativeAmerican #Indigenous https://bit.ly/35mrdVZ

ILRie Mitch Belisle 07 made Big Red history as a lacrosse standout and continues to impact the sport as a businessman. #ILR #ILR75 #Cornell #ILRie #YellCornell https://bit.ly/2LhU0Eh

Mike Bohling '14 says at ILR, You get to know people and they get to know you. When I reflect on my time at ILR, I am most impressed that there was not just an emphasis on learning course material but also learning about yourself. #ILR #Cornell #ILRie https://bit.ly/34OLfIF

Jerry Alpern '49, MBA '50, was a student at ILR the day it opened in 1945. Seventy-five years later, he remains deeply engaged with the school. I will always stay connected to ILR, and Cornell remains a central part of my life, as it has for 75 years and counting. #ILR75 #Cornell #ILRschool #ILRie #anniversary #work https://bit.ly/3ryyk7p