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The Key to Creativity May be in Imagining the Details

When it comes to finding innovative solutions to a problem, recalling the details of a recent event may help boost creative thinking. ... More>


A Full Night’s Sleep Boosts Satisfaction with Work

A longitudinal study tracking the sleep habits of nearly 5,000 people suggests that adequate amounts of sleep helps people manage stress, ultimately improving workplace satisfaction. ... More>


Benefitting from Nepotism Carries Hidden Costs

Regardless of their qualifications for the job, those perceived as benefiting from nepotism were perceived as less competent than other new hires. ... 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>


Preventing Job Turnover By Identifying What Makes People “Seekers” or “Stayers”

Many factors go into an employee’s decision to leave or stick with a job, but new research may help managers prevent turnover before it happens. ... More>