According to Carl Van Horn, professor of public policy, it’s a give and take. “As with other major technological changes, generative AI will create opportunities for some and heartbreak for others.” This could harm some sectors, as graduates with at least one formal education degree want safeguards to protect them from unemployment.
John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development
Congratulations to Tom Dallessio (MCRP ’84) and Alan Sorensen (MCRP ’90), who were both named 2024 AICP Fellows!
Laurie Harrington, Assistant Director for Evaluation at the Heldrich Center for Workforce Development, has been appointed Acting Executive Director of the center. She succeeds Kevin Dehmer, who was nominated by New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy to serve as New Jersey’s Commissioner of Education.
Kevin Dehmer succeeds Kathy Krepcio who retired after serving as Executive Director of the Heldrich Center for nearly 20 years. Most recently, Kevin was the Assistant Commissioner and Chief Financial Officer of the New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE).
Heldrich Center for Workforce Development Announces Appointment of Anton House, Ph.D. as a Visiting Scholar
Professor House will join the center’s Workplace Divided team to conduct research examining perceptions of workplace discrimination through national surveys and stakeholder engagement
The Heldrich Center is one of the nation’s foremost research and policy organizations dedicated to strengthening the American workplace during an era of rapid global economic change.
A new Work Trends research brief titled includes selected trend data about work, the job market, and job security.
Initiative will document how U.S. workers perceive and experience racial inequities in the workplace through a nationally representative survey of Black, Latino/a, Asian-American, and white workers.
The drop in long-term unemployment, if it continues, would be a welcome development for the recovery from the coronavirus recession. Workers who experience long bouts of unemployment often have a tougher time getting hired because their skills may erode and they face...
Even after businesses were allowed to partially re-open in late spring last year, many wound up going bankrupt, closing their doors forever. But there have been exceptions. Carl Van Horn, the director of the John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers...