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 is one of two winners of the 2021 Max Weber Award for Distinguished Scholarship .
How will artificial intelligence affect jobs and society? In a recent article in AI Magazine, MIT Sloan Professor Thomas A. Kochan argues that that question is too important to be left strictly to technology vendors.
The MIT Institute for Work and Employment Research (IWER) held a celebration of the careers and contributions of three esteemed IWER faculty members: Thomas Kochan, Paul Osterman, and Barbara Dyer. Dyer is Executive Director of the Good Companies, Good Jobs Initiative.
In a new article , MIT Sloan Professor Erin L. Kelly and University of Minnesota Professor Phyllis Moen draw on their research to offer five recommendations for creating a hybrid workplace — one that mixes in-office and remote work — that will work well over the long haul.
In a new article published by Fortune.com, MIT Sloan Professor Erin L. Kelly and University of Minnesota Professor Phyllis Moen offer insights from their research on how to design policies for the post-pandemic "hybrid workplace."
Providing more accessible training options and better pay will be key to addressing the staffing shortage in long-term care in Massachusetts, according to a new op-ed by two MIT Sloan researchers and an MIT Sloan alumnus.
Register now for this webinar on Thursday, May 13 at 5 p.m. featuring Daron Acemoglu, Institute Professor in the MIT Department of Economics, and Amanda Hauser DeHaven, Regional Director of Strategic Projects at Kaiser Permanente.