Stories that feature our work amongst our communities in New York, the US, and the world, and invitations to join the change we're making to the world of work.
Equitable Access to Work
New Department Reflects ILR’s Global Relevance, Academic Excellence
Drawing on faculty expertise in labor relations, labor law, anthropology, economics, history, political science and sociology, the Global Labor and Work Department studies workers, employers and the government policies affecting them.
ILR professor discusses inclusive hiring practices for neurodiverse applicants
A recent profile by the American Psychological Association shares expert advice from Susanne Bruyère for recruiting and hiring people who are neurodiverse. It also discusses the importance of neurodiversity in the workplace.
Cornell ILR Empire State Poll Shows New York State Residents, From Long Island to the North Country to Western NY, Support Strong Climate Action with High-Quality Job Creation
The Cornell ILR Empire State Poll (ESP) 2022 shows that over 68% of New York residents are concerned about the impacts of climate change and more than 70% of New Yorkers have been impacted by climate change in the past five years
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.
Timothy McNutt, Esq participated at the The Queensboro Correctional Facility winter resource fair on Friday, December 9th. The resource fair included employment and educational opportunities, family reunification, parental and child support, housing, health, discharge planning, and substance abuse assistance.
The Restorative Record project, led by Timothy McNutt, Matthew Saleh, and Jodi Anderson explored connections that can be drawn from experiences of justice-impacted workers to other marginalized workers and how these experiences relate to broader themes of access to work, equity, and economic development.
CJEI Presentation for Cornell’s Prison Reform and Education Project
Timothy McNutt, Director of the Criminal Justice and Employment Initiative at Cornell ILR, partnered with Cornell’sPrison Reform and Education Project (PREP) in November 2022 to deliver a presentation on the topic of justice-impacted access to work.
Peter Bamberger, Ph.D. ’90, research director of ILR’s Smithers Institute and a Tel Aviv University professor who has written a book on exposing pay, is among the experts who will speak at a Tuesday event.
The True Cost of Childcare in Erie County, Phase II
The Cornell ILR Buffalo Co-Lab, Erie County, and child care professionals and advocates are gathering for the announcement of Cornell’s True Cost of Child Care Phase II study. Join to learn more about this call to action for a federal response to our child care crisis.
Ship Detained After ILR/ILO Workshop on Labor Abuse Among Fishers
A recent training by the ILO, in collaboration with Cornell’s New Conversations Project, has resulted in the South African government detaining a foreign-flagged fishing vessel suspected of engaging in labor abuses.