50 Labor Center Way, New Brunswick, NJ, 08901, US
The Center for Women and Work addresses the needs of working women by studying public policies, in the field, fostering research on areas of concern and sponsoring educational programs for working women, policy makers, corporate leaders, students and community organizers.
The Center encourages the study of women and workplace issuesand promote dialogue among decision-makers in corporations, government, labor and community organizations to develop public policies and company practices that promote women's advancement. The Center disseminates research findings and benchmarks practices in the workplace with the goal of improving outcomes for working women. In addition, the Center draws on the substantive faculty expertise on women and work within the Rutgers community to carry out the long-standing SMLR tradition of delivering quality educational programs to the labor and management communities of New Jersey and the nation.
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