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Although piercings and tattoos are increasingly common, a new study finds that even college students still carry negative views of facial piercings in the workplace. ... More>
Older workers may have an advantage over their younger colleagues when it comes to managing their motivation to meet goals, a new study shows. ... More>
New technology is allowing employers to keep tabs on workers like never before, and a new study finds that electronic observation may actually improve performance on the job. ... More>
We’ve all seen epic rivalries push athletes to higher levels of achievement, but new research shows that rivalry may have broad implications for improving motivation and performance. ... More>
The rapidly growing literature on teamwork and collaborative problem solving suggests that these skills are becoming increasingly important in today’s organizations. However, the significant developments in these domains are occurring […]... More>