Raquel Kessinger, a doctoral candidate in MIT Sloan’s Organization Studies program, has won the 2021 Rafel Lucea Memorial Research Award for a proposal to study employee activism in technology companies.
The book "Overload: How Good Jobs Went Bad and What We Can Do About It " by MIT Sloan Professor Erin L. Kelly and University of Minnesota Professor Phyllis Moen has been recognized in an awards program honoring the year's best business books.
New research by MIT Sloan Assistant Professor Nathan Wilmers and Clem Aeppli reveals a significant driver of the growth in wage inequality in the U.S—and it’s a phenomenon the researchers call “consolidated inequality.”
Can U.S. states do a better job at offering young people paths to promising careers? In a new interview, MIT Sloan doctoral student Jenna E. Myers shares insights from her research related to that topic.
Scholars Françoise Carré and Chris Tilly, who have studied the retail industry extensively and who wrote a chapter on retail jobs in the 2020 book "Creating Good Jobs: An Industry-Based Strategy," explain how COVID-19 and technological change are affecting today's retail workers.