The Good Companies, Good Jobs Initiative addresses a number of seemingly simple, but often confounding, questions:
What is good work? What are good jobs?
What is a good company?
What factors encourage or hinder the creation of high-quality jobs?
Anchored within MIT Sloan's Institute for Work and Employment Research (IWER), the Good Companies, Good Jobs Initiative strives to be a catalyst for ideas, a testing ground for new management models, and a hub where learning and business practice meet. Through research, courses, events, and communications, we strive to be a connecting force that brings together MIT's expertise and the perspectives of business leaders, workers, investors, philanthopists, and policy makers.