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CWP Webinar: Effective Mentoring
On April 1 at 8 p.m., Steven J. Greenblatt, Esq. and the CWP's own Michael Edenhart-Pepe, Ph.D., will discuss effective mentoring and ways to implement mentoring programs in organizations.
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CWP Spring Webinar Series Continues March 4
The Center for Workplace Performance will host Dr. Joe Martocchio at 8 p.m. EST. The webinar will focus on "Recent Trends in Compensation and Benefits." Registration is required.
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CWP Spring Webinar Series Begins Feb. 5
The Center for Workplace Performance will be presenting the first of three free webinars at 8 p.m. EST. The topic of the webinar is "Workplace Violence Protection." Register today to reserve a spot.
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LABOR School to Host Webinars March 26, March 30
"Workers on the Front Lines of COVID-19: What We Can Learn and Do" will bring together community members and union members alike. "Young Workers and Unions: Uniting across Generational Differences," will discuss the changing landscape of the workplace.
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LER Professor Joins U.S. Worker Delegation Abroad
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LER Professor Raises Awareness of the Plight of Garment Workers in El Salvador
A recently released report by Mark Anner, Associate Professor of Labor and Employment Relations and Director of the Center for Global Workers’ Rights, sheds new light on violations of basic rights of thousands of garment industry workers in El Salvador by some of the United States largest clothing companies. "The nature of the violations of workers' rights and the number of violations are extreme," said Anner. "The violence that is directed at workers is bad and getting worse."
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LER Professor’s Class Undertakes Project to Promote Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Through the Performing Arts
Can the performing arts play a role in promoting diversity, equity and inclusion at Penn State, in higher education more generally, in our communities, and in the global workplace? This is the action research focus of Dr. Tom C. Hogan, professor of practice in Human Resource Management, and his LER 460 HR Ethics class.
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Professor Provides Expert Reports in Bangladesh Factory Case
Associate Professor Mark Anner provided two expert reports in a case brought by Global Union Federations (GUFs) against multinational corporations for failure to remediate building safety concerns in the Bangladesh garment supplier factories under terms of the legally binding Bangladesh Accord for Fire and Building Safety.
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School of Labor and Employment Relations Unveils New LERA Virtual Chapter
On Dec. 5, Penn State’s School of Labor and Employment Relations (LER) hosted their first virtual chapter of the Labor and Employment Relations Association (LERA). Founded in 1947, LERA provides a unique forum for professionals interested in labor and employment relations to obtain insights on recent developments, issues, and practices within the field.
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The Academy of Human Capital Development: Providing Professional Development Opportunities for HR Practitioners
Human resource (HR) practitioners seeking professional development opportunities and HR executives seeking HR consulting services can now find such services at the LER’s Academy of Human Capital Development. The Academy is the School’s HR management outreach arm and provides webinars, workshops, onsite programs, and consulting services. Led by Professor’s Tom Hogan and Antone Aboud, the Academy’s mission is to promote and advance the HR profession by utilizing the talent and expertise of the School of LER’s distinguished faculty. The Academy provides an opportunity for the School to reconnect with LER alum/practitioners.
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