The K@W Network:
Many pundits believe that a rising “quit rate” will herald a more robust job market. But leaving a job voluntarily is about more than economics.
What do Michelle Obama, Bruce Springsteen and Sheryl Sandberg have in common? They have developed the skills to integrate their life and work successfully, according to Wharton's Stew Friedman.
Child care -- or the lack of affordable care options -- is a multi-layered economic issue that has wide-ranging repercussions for the U.S. and globally. But even as costs continue[…]
Artificial intelligence and people analytics are allowing more and more of management tasks to become automated — but can they adapt to the all-too-human needs of employees?
Firms are increasingly handing out performance-based bonuses instead of pay raises — and it’s an indicator that employers, not employees, hold all the cards in the job market.
Can creativity be fostered in the workplace, and if so, how can it be managed?
The book, Innovating Women: The Changing Face of Technology, attempts to address the barriers women face in the tech field by sharing their personal and professional stories.
Despite all the barriers that have fallen in recent years for gay people in the U.S., there is still a dearth of openly gay CEOs. But change may be on[…]
Due to recent lawsuits, unpaid internships are under more scrutiny than ever -- but it will take more than litigation to change the system for the better, Wharton experts say.
Companies are increasingly turning to emotional intelligence (EQ) tests to help assess job candidates -- but can they really replace the traditional measures for whether someone is a "good fit”?