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Hive Mind
2 years ago

Hive Mind

By  •  corporate culture

For entrepreneurs, the need for self-improvement is obvious: you’re either getting better at what you do, or you’re getting beaten by someone else. The vast majority of other workers, those who draw a paycheck from an employer, also crave self-improvement. But who decides what that improvement looks like?

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Too Much Of A Good Thing
3 years ago

Too Much Of A Good Thing

By  •  Human Resources

Human Resources: Companies are often right to assume that a worker with more of a certain appealing trait will perform better. But new research suggests that the personality/performance link might not always be straightforward.

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Money Talks
3 years ago

Money Talks

By  •  Organizational Behavior

Businesses are more proactive than ever about social issues like diversity, discrimination and the environment. To understand what they’re advocating—and why—start by studying their workers.

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Happy Place
3 years ago

Happy Place

By  •  Worker Well-being

Workplace well-being seems dependent on gyms, yoga, juice bars as twenty-first century businesses compete for the freshest way to amuse and refresh their employees. At the same time, a cottage industry of scholarly research is advising them on how to do it. Despite the healthy quantity of literature on worker happiness, however, scholars typically overlook some integral issues: pay and job security.

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