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 .
MIT Sloan Research Affiliate Barbara Dyer is one of 39 leaders in the field of public administration who have been selected for the 2021 Class of Academy Fellows of the National Academy of Public Administration.
A new “Work Design for Health” framework and employer toolkit—developed by a team of researchers from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and the MIT Sloan School of Management—map how to create work environments that foster worker health and well-being.
The editors of MIT Sloan Management Review have announced that MIT Sloan Professor Erin L. Kelly and University of Minnesota Professor Phyllis Moen are the winners of the publication’s 2021 Richard Beckhard Memorial Prize for their article "Fixing the Overload Problem at Work."
MIT Sloan faculty member Nathan Wilmers has won the 2021 ASQ Dissertation Award from the journal Administrative Science Quarterly ( ASQ ) for his paper on “ Job Turf or Variety: Task Structure as a Source of Organizational Inequality .”
Student projects from this year’s USA Lab course, offered jointly by the MIT Sloan School of Management and the MIT Department of Urban Studies and Planning, have been the subject of a number of articles.
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 .