• Friday, November 1, 2019
    12:00pm - 1:30pm
    South Kedzie Hall, Room S133

    James H. Dulebohn
    School of Human Resources & Labor Relations
    Michigan State University

    More information »

  • Barbed Wire Workplace: The Forced Labor of World War II Japanese American Prisoners
    Speaker: Stacey Camp, MSU Department of Anthropology
    Tuesday, November 5, 2019
    12:15pm - 1:30pm
    MSU Museum Auditorium

    Songs of Labor, Struggle, and Solidarity
    Speaker: Windborne, A Capella Folk Performers
    Friday, November 15, 2019
    12:15pm - 1:30pm
    Green Room, MSU Library Room 449W

    More information »

For the latest news and events about the School of Human Resources & Labor Relations be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

Job Posting - Assistant Professor in Human Resources and/or Employment Relations

The School of Human Resources & Labor Relations is conducting a search for an Assistant Professor in Human Resources and/or Employment Relations, as part of our effort in developing an interdisciplinary group of faculty to better understand and predict the future of work. This position is an academic-year (nine-month) appointment with a beginning date of August 16, 2020.

Learn more

Job Posting - Assistant Professor in Labor Economics

The School of Human Resources & Labor Relations and the Department of Economics are jointly conducting a search for an Assistant Professor in Labor Economics with an expected start date of August 16, 2020.

Learn more

Dr. Peter Berg Appointed Director of Michigan State's School of Human Resources & Labor Relations

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Peter Berg, PhD, to the role of Director for the School of Human Resources and Labor Relations (SHRLR). Dr. Berg assumes the Director role after serving as Associate Director for Academic Programs for the past four years and as a faculty member in the School since 1999.

Learn more

CommonSpirit Health: Healthcare and Human Resources Summit 2019

Five Fall 2019 incoming Master of HRLR students were given the opportunity to take a deep dive into the world of HR in Healthcare when they were invited by CommonSpirit Health to attend a two-day, immersive "Healthcare and Human Resources" summit near Las Vegas, Nevada.

Learn more

SHRLR faculty featured in MSU College of Social Science Dean's blog on The Future of Work

This month, Dean Rachal Croson's blog from the College of Social Science features research from several SHRLR faculty and highlights our proposed interdisciplinary consortium on the Future of Work and Technology.

Learn more

Can Millennials Save the Labor Movement?

Four themes from Tapia, Turner, and Sapre's research on what makes young workers actively engage and participate in the labor movement.

Learn more

SHRLR’s Jason Huang Promoted with Tenure

Dr. Jason Huang

Congratulations to Dr. Huang for his promotion to Associate Professor with the School of Human Resources and Labor Relations at Michigan State University.

Dr. Huang’s research has appeared in top-tier journals such as Journal of Applied Psychology, Personnel Psychology, Psychological Bulletin, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Journal of Management, and Journal of Organizational Behavior. Dr. Huang has been the recipient of the William A. Owens Scholarly Achievement Award by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology.

Learn more

Learn the 5 Traits of a 'Best Boss'

Managing Director for Vantage Leadership Consulting, Partner, Lead Well LLC and SHRLR alumnus Duncan Ferguson, and co-author Jay Scherer, Managing Partner with Scherer Executive Advisors, examine the 5 traits of a 'Best Boss.'

Learn more

SHRLR faculty publish findings on accommodations for people with psychiatric disabilities in American Business Law Journal

SHRLR Associate Professors Stacy Hickox, J.D. and Angela Hall, J.D., PhD examine the accommodations people with psychiatric disabilities often need to participate in today’s workforce.

Learn more

SHRLR's Ibsen co-authors working paper on Organized Decentralization of Collective Bargaining

SHRLR Assistant Professor Dr. Christian Ibsen and co-author Dr. Maarten Keune’s working paper "Organized Decentralization of Collective Bargaining" analyzes how organized decentralization affects collective bargaining in different countries.

Learn more

SHRLR Presents New Research on Employment Relations at MIT Conference

Drs. Tapia, Berg, Ibsen, & PhD Cadidate Sapre

School of Human Resources and Labor Relations researchers Dr. Maite Tapia, Dr. Peter Berg, Dr. Christian Ibsen, and PhD candidate Salil Sapre were invited to present their paper "Responding to the Incongruences: Shifting Forms of Worker Representation" at the 2018 MIT Conference: Toward New Theories in Employment Relations.

Learn more


Peter Berg contributes to U.S. News & World Report article on today's multigenerational workforce

Dr. Peter Berg

Working Well With Colleagues of All Ages: The modern multigenerational workforce, with its potential for conflict, requires an adaptive and optimistic attitude. Members of every generation bring unique strengths and weaknesses to the workplace. In a recent U.S. News & World Report article examining ways to bridge the gap between generations, School of Human Resources and Labor Relations Associate Director and Professor, Dr. Peter Berg, shared the following: "Older workers hold a great deal of knowledge and skill," says Berg. "They know about processes." Millennials bring an innovative spirit and the desire to think beyond the processes of the past, so one challenge for today’s organizations is how to share the essential knowledge, skills, and processes of older workers with the next generations.

Read the article


Michigan State University
© Michigan State University Board of Trustees. East Lansing, MI 48824
MSU is an affirmative-action, equal-opportunity employer.

Conference Room Calendar | Maintained by:

Facebook logoLinkedIn logoTwitter logoFlickr logo
School of Human Resources & Labor Relations
South Kedzie Hall
368 Farm Lane, Room S403
East Lansing, Michigan, USA 48824
Phone: (517) 355-1801 | Fax: (517) 355-7656