Welcome to the Real World: How Work Shapes Personality
The decision of whether to attend university or jump right into the working world is associated with significant differences in personality.
It’s Not Your Salary That Counts – It’s How You Spend It
Consumption habits may play a stronger role than income itself in how people feel about their lives, a study suggests.
What ‘Service With a Smile’ Means for Employee Well-Being
Expecting employees to take a one-size-fits-all approach to emotional labor can quickly lead to burnout without the right support systems in place.
The Opposite of Procrastination
Behavioral researchers are begun investigating a phenomenon called pre-crastination, or rushing to get things done even if requires unnecessary effort.
Could a Certain Style of Business Lunch Boost Team Performance?
A series of experiments suggests that professional interactions might benefit from ‘doing lunch’ like a family meal.
The Meandering Path to That ‘Aha!’ Moment
A psychological study suggests that creative professionals may have their most inventive ideas when their minds are wandering.