It’s well-known that climate change is causing people to migrate. However, recent research by NYU professor Natasha Iskander reveals a much lesser-known aspect of this trend: There are companies targeting regions experiencing climate stress when recruiting migrant workers.
Will 2022 be a year that companies take steps toward creating healthier working conditions for their employees? Four articles published in January highlight the new Work Design for Health toolkit developed by researchers from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and MIT Sloan.
How common is it for low-wage workers in the U.S. to benefit economically from moving to a new job within the same organization? That’s a question explored in a recently published paper by MIT Sloan Professor Nathan Wilmers and William Kimball.
In partnership with the AFL-CIO Technology Institute, MIT Sloan Professor Thomas A. Kochan will be launching an innovative new online class to help train labor representatives to negotiate about technology and its impact on the future of work.
“7 Strategies to Improve Your Employees’ Health and Well-Being,” a new article by MIT Sloan Professor Erin L. Kelly and three colleagues from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, was published this week on the website of Harvard Business Review .