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Workplace Support Helps Parents Make More Time for Their Kids

Employees who took part in a work-life balance program ended up spending significantly more time with their kids without a decline in productivity or hours worked. ... More>


Optimism for Technology May Bias Financial Decisions

New research suggests that people implicitly associate technology with the notion of success, potentially influencing how individuals and businesses make major financial decisions. ... More>


HIRING LESSONS FROM THE NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS’ HEAD COACH


The Ethical Calculus of the Tax Cheat

Otherwise moral people use a range of self-serving reasons to justify “bending the rules” and “fudging the numbers” at tax time. ... More>


The Sound of Employability: Interviewers Judge Your Voice

Researchers find that vocal cues during a job interview are frequently used by employers to gauge a candidate’s level of anxiety and even intelligence. ... More>