The Heldrich Center co-sponsored a recent national conference on workforce development with the Federal Reserve System.
This forum focused on the economic and social consequences of insufficient broadband Internet access for low-income individuals and potential remedies at the state and community levels.
The Heldrich Center’s eighth annual State of Workforce Diversity Forum http://heldrich.rutgers.edu/products/visions-diversity-rutgers-new-brunswick-presentation-state-workforce-diversity-2017featured panel presentations on age discrimination in hiring and the role of chief diversity officers in business and higher education.
The Heldrich Center for Workforce Development is recruiting a Director of Research and Evaluation who will also serve as a Research Professor in the Bloustein School.
William M. Rodgers III, Ph.D. was recently quoted in a Washington Post article about how African Americans are the only racial group in the United States making less than they did in 2000.