Lee Dyer

Lee Dyer is Emeritus Professor of Human Resource Studies and CAHRS Research Fellow at the ILR School, Cornell University. His CAHRS-related research and outreach activities focus on workforce agility and more broadly the future of work. In addition, he teaches a combination undergrad/grad-level course titled “Forging the Future of Work” at the ILR School.

  • Shaping the Future of Work

    Shaping the Future of Work

    A Handbook for Action and a New Social Contract

    Thomas A. Kochan and Lee Dyer

    A roadmap for how workers, business, labor, education, and government can build high-quality jobs and strong and successful businesses through collaborative efforts.

    This book provides a roadmap for what workers, business, labor, education, and government need to do to build a new social contract for all to prosper. It is a call to action for building high-quality jobs and strong and successful businesses through collaborative efforts capable of overcoming the deep divisions all too apparent in society today.

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