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For Managers, Upholding Fairness Comes at a Cost

Enforcing the rules and policies intended to create a fair workplace may have unintended consequences on managers and job performance. ... More>


In Hiring, Resume Info Could Help Employers Predict Who Will Quit

A new study finds that information already included in most job applications and resumes could help predict which applicants are likely to quit a new job sooner. ... More>


Networking Style May Predict Profits for Entrepreneurs

A new study finds that entrepreneurs who seek out more networking opportunities also end up making more money. ... More>


Feminine Faces Offered Less at the Negotiation Table

A recent study finds that faces with more feminine features are seen as more cooperative and less savvy in negotiations, resulting in lower offers. ... More>


The Key to Work-Life Balance is Really Work-Life Harmony

Work-life balance is typically seen a zero-sum game, but new research shows that there may be benefits to a more integrative approach. ... More>