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The Human Resources Policy Institute (HRPI) at Boston University harnesses the power of people to inspire, impact, and innovate modern HR policy and practice.
As a part of a Research I University, we know what it means to deliver innovative, cutting-edge research. We know how dynamic the business world can be, so we’re committed to keeping up to date on HR trends. As a member of HRPI, you’ll be able to tap into our broad professional network from more than 40 different companies, and access extensive research that matters from field experts.
HRPI Research Director Evan Apfelbaum publishes research on Racial Diversity in Journal of Experimental Psychology
COMPANIES MAY BENEFIT FROM TRANSPARENCY ABOUT RACIAL DIVERSITY EFFORTS Employers viewed more positively, even when they disclose negative data, study Read more
HRPI Fellow Connie Hadley, Work from Anywhere, Boston Globe
HRPI Fellow Connie Noonan Hadley was quoted in the Boston Globe about her research on remote work. "Hadley was one Read more
HBR Article from Connie Hadley, HRPI Faculty Fellow, “How AI Can Help Stressed-Out Managers Be Better Coaches”
How AI Can Help Stressed-Out Managers Be Better Coaches, HBR, Katherine C. Kellogg and Constance Noonan Hadley. "The expectations placed Read more
HBR article from Connie Hadley, HRPI Fellow
Make It Safe for Employees to Speak Up — Especially in Risky Times, by Constance Noonan Hadley, Mark Mortensen, and Read more
HBR article from HRPI Associate Director, Charles Tharp
Read the latest Harvard Business Review article by Charles Tharp, Professor of the Practice and Associate Director of the Human Read more