Through teaching, research and outreach, ILR generates and shares knowledge to solve human problems, manage and resolve conflict, establish best practices in the workplace and inform government policy.
Work From Home Success Linked to Work/Life Boundaries
The benefits of working from home are greater for those who work solely during standard business hours, according to new ILR research.
The Cornell ILR Wage Atlas, a new tool out of the Buffalo Co-Lab, shows who in New York state earns living wages and where, helping policymakers and other stakeholders to understand patterns of inequality.
The “Good Jobs for All?” summit focused on barriers faced by workers in Ithaca, where ILR faculty, students and community members have been investigating joblessness, wage inequality and related issues.
ILR doctoral student Hyesook Chung’s new research suggests that variable work scheduling may provide short-term solutions to unpredictable market conditions, but have potential negative impacts on both workers and business performance.
Associate Professor David Matteson, along with researchers from the Dyson School and the College of Architecture, Art, and Planning, has been awarded an AVF grant for the project, “Mapping Poverty, Natural Hazards, and Critical Ecosystem Services for Equitable and Sustainable Development.”
New Report from Cornell's Labor Leading on Climate Provides Roadmap to Exceed NYC Climate Goals, Create Over 1 Million Jobs
A new report released today by Cornell's Labor Leading on Climate in collaboration with the Climate Jobs NY coalition outlines a comprehensive climate jobs action plan for NYC to fight the climate crisis, make NYC safer and address racial and economic inequity by investing in a pro-worker renewable energy transition.