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Engaged Workers Report Twice As Much Job Creation


Don’t Blame Facebook for the Narcissism Epidemic


When a woman should act like a man


‘Vive la Difference!’: Seeing Foreigners as Foreign Encourages Local Coworkers to Assist Them

Whether it’s a company with local and ex-pat employees, countries in need of aid, or the elderly interacting with the young, a new research paper to be published in the journal Psychological Science says recognizing diversity can actually encourage people to help each other instead of sparking conflict.... More>


Looking Back Key to Moving Forward

Declaration of Independence

Despite modest economic gains, gloomy unemployment numbers and low workplace morale still loom large within corporate America. Whether or not companies can capitalize on the momentum of this fragile financial revitalization is dependent on more than enhancing consumer confidence or introducing new products to the marketplace—it falls largely on employees working for organizations and their level of commitment to corporate success. Researchers from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley have discovered that building a more committed workforce can be as simple as asking employees to reflect on their company’s history.... More>