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One Thing Everyone Agrees On: CEOs Make Too Much Money

A recent study finds that people around the world, regardless of demographic factors or political leanings, prefer a smaller wage gap between CEOs and average workers. ... More>


A Leader’s Stress at Home Can Become Contagious in the Office

A supervisor’s experiences at home – whether positive or negative – can spillover into the workplace, impacting the mood of the entire office. ... More>


Extremist Groups Appeal to Those Uncertain About Identity

Psychological scientists examine the factors behind the lure of extremist groups that seem to hold a strong sway over certain types of people. ... 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>