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Named CEO of Deloitte last March and listed in Crain’s “50 Most Powerful Women in New York” for 2015, Cathy Engelbert attributes her success to one personality trait above all:[…]
Many of us job-hop through our careers. But research by Wharton professors Matthew Bidwell and Ethan Mollick shows that the grass is not necessarily greener on the other side.
In 'My Kitchen Year,' former Gourmet editor Ruth Reichl talks about how cooking helped her to find herself again after she lost her job.
Rasmus Hougaard, co-author of the new book One Second Ahead, explains in this excerpt how mindfulness can help you gain control over your email inbox.
In her new book, Anne-Marie Slaughter shares what individuals, organizations and the government could do to support greater equality for women and men when it comes to work and family.
Over the past year, several companies have expanded their paid leave policies to give employees more time off to care for their newborns or adopted children. What are the upsides[…]
Tess Vigeland, former host of public radio’s Marketplace and self-identified “Quitter-in-Chief,” challenges us to think beyond the typical small-talk questions about what we do for work.
New research from Wharton's Vincent Glode finds that the specific tasks that workers perform in finance have a big impact on how firms compete for their services.
Emerging multinationals may reap the same benefits of doing business globally as developed-market firms, but they face distinctive troubles when it comes to finding skilled workers.
Meetings have emerged as one of the most universally despised conventions of American work life. But meetings themselves are not the culprit -- the problem is bad meetings.