2014 Center News Archive
A New Addition to the Innovative Practices Database: Multigenerational Workforce Development, Settepani Ristorante & Bakery
30 July 2014—A set of workforce development practices of Settepani Ristorante & Bakery demonstrated a commitment to being supportive of their employees' needs throughout the life-course, through a combination of training, mentoring and workplace flexibility.
22 July 2014—Philip Moeller, Center's research fellow, shared his opinion in Money.
14 July 2014—Philip Moeller, Center's research fellow, shared his opinion in Money about social security fix based on tax.
9 July 2014—Philip Moeller, Center's research fellow, writes an article in Money about sensible reforms that can help stabilize of the nation's safety net programs
30 June 2014—The theme of the 2014 conference: Changing Work and Family Relationships in a Global Economy held on June 19-21, 2014 at the Millennium Broadway Hotel in New York City.
25 June 2014—Philip Moeller, Center's research fellow, writes an article in Time about same-sex marriage and Social Security benefits.
24 June 2014—Philip Moeller, Center's research fellow, writes an article in Money about the tension between budget cuts at Social Security and the increased demand for Social Security services.
23 June 2014—Kevin Cahill, Center's research economist will be presenting a paper this Saturday, June 28th at the Western Economics Association International (WEAI) meetings in Denver
Center's Research Associates, Ariane Ollier-Malaterre and Monique Valcour win Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award
23 June 2014—A research by Ariane Ollier-Malaterre and Monique Valcour, Center's research associates, was selected as the recipient of the 2014 Rosabeth Moss Kanter for Excellence in Work-Family Research.
17 June 2014—Philip Moeller, Center's research fellow, writes an article on Money about Social Security
16 June 2014—Kevin Cahill, Center's research economist, writes an article on Idaho Business Review about older workers
10 June 2014—Philip Moeller, Center's research fellow, writes an article on Money about Working in Retirement
5 May 2014—Kevin Cahill, Center's Research Economist will be presenting his papers at the conference.
24 March 2014—The Graduate School of Social Work, as part of it's Annual Pinderhughes Diversity Lecture Series, will feature a talk by Mary Catherine Bateson on Friday, March 28.
17 March 2014—New study shows workplace flexibility out of reach to most American workers; Few companies extend flexible options
Marcie Pitt-Catsouphes, Center's Director Promoted to Full Professor at the Graduate School of Social Work, Boston College
14 March 2014—The promotion has just been announced by University President William P. Leahy, SJ.
Kevin E. Cahill, Center's research economist presented at the 40th Annual Conference of the Eastern Economics Association in Boston on March 8th
10 March 2014—Cahill presented "Transitions into Self-employment at Older Ages: 1992 to 2012", based on research with Michael D. Giandrea and Joseph F. Quinn.
12 February 2014—The Availability, Accessibility and Effectiveness of Workplace Supports for Canadian Caregivers, December 2, 2013
10 February 2014—Dr. Marcie Pitt-Catsouphes, Center's director was in the research advisory panel.
7 February 2014—Dr. Marcie Pitt-Catsouphes, Center's director will present on Wednesday, March 12 on Tapping the Self-Reliant Power of Older Women
24 January 2014—Dr. Kevin E. Cahill, Center's research economist, presented the paper The Impact of Hours Flexibility on Career Employment, Bridge Jobs, and the Timing of Retirement earlier this month.
6 January 2014—Men Still at Work, is forthcoming in February 2014 from Rowman & Littlefield. It's a 'sequel' to Women Still at Work (2012), which was selected by Booklist as one of the "Top 10 Business Books" in 2013.