Non Linear Workdays
The PLoS One medical journal published a study in 2022 “on the efficacy of micro-breaks for increasing well-being and performance,” called “Give me a break!” The findings reported that even a small break had a positive impact on creativity and
Boomerang Employees Are More Common Than You Might Think. While prior survey-based studies have suggested that boomeranging is relatively rare, our large-scale analysis of workers’ actual employment records enabled us to get a much more accurate picture:
Becoming More Collaborative — When You Like to Be in Control
It is critical for successful leaders to go from a lone decision-maker to to an inclusive, open-minded leader,”. As a leader, it’s important to continually work on your decision-making abilities.
Why It Matters Whether a Robot Is Given a Gender
A new study recently published in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology identifies at least one big upside to giving technology a gender: People get more attached to it.
Research: How Social Media Can Help You Find a Partner Brand
Cross-category brand alliances enable expansion without the need for costly internal investment. Identifying potential partners through analyzing social media followers is faster and often more effective than traditional survey- or focus-group-based approaches.
The new laws mean more employers are weighing how much detail to share with their current workforces
New laws mandating that pay ranges be included on job listings have gone into effect in recent months in New York City, California and other places. In states where there are no such laws, companies still have to contend with
Gender Gap Widens For Young Single Women Looking To Buy A Home
After growing to 28.6% by 2021, the homeownership rate for single women dropped to 24.5% last year, wiping out almost half the gains made since 2016, when single women's homeownership was at an all-time low of 19.4%.
Does It Make Sense To Delay Motherhood For Your Career?
According to the survey, relationships, lifestyle, and finances were major considerations that impacted women’s decisions. By waiting to enter motherhood after 35, 93% of women indicated they accomplished goals related to lifestyle or finances.
When Should Your Company Weigh In on Hot-Button Issues?
As leaders, there is no way to anticipate and be ready with a public response for every scenario. In this excerpt from her new book, Pfizer Chief Corporate Affairs Officer Sally Susman provides a five-point framework of questions to help