MIT Solve , an MIT initiative that hosts open innovation competitions to identify promising approaches to addressing important global problems, is currently hosting a “Reimagining Pathways to Employment in the U.S." open innovation challenge .
If U.S. workers could select the characteristics of a labor organization to represent them, what would they choose? A new journal article, written by a team of three researchers that includes MIT Sloan Professor Thomas A. Kochan, sheds light on that question.
Do employers face a skills gap—with workers lacking the skills employers require—or do workers face an opportunity gap? Please join us on Oct. 21st from 5-6:30 p.m. ET for a virtual panel discussion of this topic with three leaders who are working in different ways to bridge our economy's skills and opportunity gaps.
Does the U.S. tax system incentivize companies to overinvest in automation—at the expense of jobs? That’s the argument made in a new research brief written by MIT economist Daron Acemoglu and two coauthors and published by the MIT Task Force on the Work of the Future.
What role can businesspeople play in fostering economic and social justice? That was the topic of a recent virtual panel discussion sponsored by several groups at MIT Sloan, including the Good Companies, Good Jobs Initiative.
Negotiation Journal is offering free access to a collection of articles by Mary Rowe, an Adjunct Professor of Negotiation and Management at MIT Sloan who for many years served MIT as an organizational ombuds.