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Finding the Right Fit May Help Veterans Transition to Civilian Jobs

The switch from military service to a civilian career can be difficult, but new research identifies factors that can help organizations make the transition smoother for veterans. ... More>


Workers Worried About Job Loss Forego Support Programs

Job insecurity can create a vicious cycle where anxious workers become leery of utilizing workplace programs designed to help employees manage stress. ... More>


International Conference on Traffic and Transport Psychology

The International Conference on Traffic and Transport Psychology will be held 2–5 August 2016 in Brisbane, Australia. For more information, visit icttp2016.com.... More>


Younger Leaders Seen as More Innovative, Older Leaders More Reliable

A new study finds that people may unconsciously associate younger-looking leaders with change and innovation and older-looking leaders with stability. ... More>


One Scary Boss Can Spook the Whole Office

The bad behavior of one abusive supervisor can have a trickle-down effect, increasing rates of hostility and abusive behavior throughout all levels of the workplace. ... More>