Award winning research examines the link between the way hospitals manage their cleaning function and their annual infection counts.
The prioritization of money may be at odds with our perceptions of human nature, and can have implications for workplace relationships and culture.
Research by an ILR graduate student shows how trade unions can improve medical and social services. An agency in New York City has incorporated some of his findings to help improve health care delivery.
Research by faculty member Liz Karns tracks the lifetime financial losses of sexual assault victims.
Research is a core component of ILR's mission.
Our faculty are social scientists whose research covers a broad range of employment and workplace topics.
Students involved in ILR's many research opportunities develop close relationships with faculty, become authors or coauthors of published articles, and present at conferences and meetings.
ILR's library is regarded as the leading resource of its kind on work and employment in North America.
publishing original research quarterly by social scientists on all aspects of the employment relationship since 1947.
An imprint of Cornell University Press specializing in books on labor and work-related topics
Each of ILR's centers and institutes focuses on a particular workplace-related theme and provide an umbrella of support for broad research programs involving ILR faculty.