My research crosses the boundary of finance and labor economics to better understand the interrelationship between firm activities and labor market outcomes, including wage distributions, employment, and labor mobility. By applying different reduced-form empirical methodologies with a variety of administrative micro-level datasets, my recent and ongoing work addresses the following questions: How and why does firm market power affect wage patterns differently in finance industries? How does firm reorganization affect labor outcomes through accelerating technological adoption? What explains the wage penalty at entrepreneurial firms? How does human capital diversity affect firm innovation strategies and outcomes?