The CAHRS White Paper Series is a direct result of the interaction between ILR’s world-class faculty members and students who comprise Cornell’s acclaimed undergraduate and graduate programs and is funded by CAHRS with support from its corporate partners. This series highlights results of the latest research to partner firms and the public at no charge.

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Submissions from 2018

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CAHRS Partners' Implementation of Artificial Intelligence, Hannah Lee, Soyeon Lee, and Michaela Tarpey

Submissions from 2017

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HR Shared Services (HRSS): Model and Trends, Danielle Collier and Catarina Levita Schallenbach

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HR: Innovation's Accelerator, Janelle Gaines, Mara Kanbergs, and Nick Sowards

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The HR Function in 2021: Models & Competencies, Chris Kelly and Katie Rapp

Submissions from 2016

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Performance-Based Long Term Incentive Compensation and Firm Performance, Hassan Enayati, Kevin F. Hallock, and Linda Barrington

Submissions from 2015

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TSR, Executive Compensation, and Firm Performance, Hassan Enayati, Kevin F. Hallock, and Linda Barrington

Submissions from 2012

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Corporate Social Responsibility: Implications for Human Resources and Talent Engagement, Winnie Kwan and Emily Tuuk

Submissions from 2011

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Executive Compensation in American Unions, Kevin Hallock and Felice B. Klein

Submissions from 2010

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Challenges and Interventions in Monitoring and Evaluating Virtual Team Performance, Rex Fitzpatrick

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A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Face-to-Face and Virtual Communication: Overcoming the Challenges, Rebecca Heller

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Virtual Leadership: Required Competencies for Effective Leaders, Kurt Johnson

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Building Teams from a Distance, Aaron R. Laurito

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Developing Global Mindset and the Impact on Virtual Teams, Maureen Martin

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Virtual Teams: Work/Life Challenges - Keeping Remote Employees Engaged, Kirsten Sundin