Details for ILR School, Cornell University

Participant Status


Type of Organization

Business School

Type of Education

Undergraduate, Post Graduate, Doctoral, Executive

Institution is part of

Cornell University


Ithaca, NY, United States


Sign Up Date to PRME

27 Jul 2015

Current Sharing Information on Progress Report Submission

03 Jul 2019

Sharing Information on Progress (2019)

2019 YTI/ILR PRME SIP - View Report

Period Covered: Jul 2017 to Jul 2019

The ILR School and the K. Lisa Yang and Hock E. Tan Institute on Employment and Disability (YTI) has been committed to the Principles for Responsible Management (PRME) since 2015. However, our commitment to inclusive, responsible and sustainable economies has been present since the founding of the Institute in 1968 and the School in 1945. The PRME aligns with our mission, vision and values and affords us the opportunity to reflect on how we might enable our students to be responsible leaders.

Achievements Curriculum Integration in the Field of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability

The ILR School at Cornell University provides the following courses to our undergraduates on topics directly related to this follows:
o ILRLR 3830: Workers’ Rights as Human Rights
James Gross
o ILRLR 2050: Collective Bargaining (ILR REQUIRED COURSE)
R. Aleks, A. Colvin, R. Hurd, H. Katz, D. Lipsky, A. Litwin, C. Riddell
o ILRLR 3068: Organizing for Immigrant Worker Rights
Shannon Gleeson
o ILRHR 4615: Socially Responsible Business
Joe Grasso
o ILRIC 4360: Global Comparative Disability Policy
S.Bruyère, T. Golden

Achievements Research Development in the Field of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability

o Trainings for managers/businesses through research institutes (i.e., Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies (CAHRS), Executive Education, Human Capital Development (HCD), Employment and disability Institute (EDI), Scheinman Institute, Institute for Compensation Studies (ICS))
o Consultation on effective workplace practices to maximize inclusion and minimize employment discrimination (CAHRS, EDI, HCD, ICS, Scheinman Institute, WI)
o Worker Institute Initiatives
(e.g., Labor, Environment, and Sustainable Development Initiatives)

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