The rapid pace of workforce transformation is pushing human resources leaders to adapt for employment trends that have earned catchy monikers — the Great Resignation, quiet quitting, and stay interviews. Yet, other underestimated developments are already impacting the dynamics of work.
ILR Faculty share their view on trends in HR for 2023.
JR Keller teaches about talent-acquisition trends on the EMHRM program
JR Keller is an Associate Professor of Human Resource Studies in the ILR School at Cornell University. His research focuses on understanding how firms make hiring decisions and individual make career choices, with a particular interest in how the dynamics shape how employees change jobs within firms.
Hear first-year MILR student Billy Sudiarto talk about his journey from prospective student to applicant to matriculated MILR student. Learn how he approached the application process and what he felt made his application successful. He will also talk about life in Ithaca and what it's like studying at Cornell.
The Executive Master of Human Resource Management graduate says she particularly valued the on-campus residencies, where “you get to know people on a deeply personal level. We were such a diverse class.
Kathleen Beer talks about the value of flexibility in the EMHRM program
Learning online at the ILR School is perfect for the busy professional. Beer appreciates how the courses are scheduled to fit it into most people’s schedule (i.e. early mornings, late nights or weekends).
EMHRM coursework, "can be quickly applied to current situations you may be facing"
Matt Sumrack was a member of the EMHRM class of 2020. He currently is the Director of Enterprise Talent Acquisition at Bridgestone Americas. We asked him a few questions about the impact this program had on his career.
Anu Lyons, Director of ILR's Office of Career Services, discusses how her office serves MILR students by helping land internships and in recruiting for employment to prepare you for life after earning your MILR degree.