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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.
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Human resources departments manage a company’s most precious resource — employees — yet many still use outdated systems that introduce inefficiencies. Business simplification offers a path forward.
Pay equity is a complicated matter -- as many companies have found. Even taking into consideration the factors that differentiate one worker from another, it’s not easy to determine what[…]
In the American workplace, many a stigma has fallen. Mental illness, though, has notably lagged -- and employees and companies are both paying the price.
According to presenters at a recent Wharton summit, HR executives need to reclaim some of the energy and cachet that used to surround the field, for the good of their[…]
Can a data-driven approach to managing people at work help organizations make better HR decisions? Wharton professors Cade Massey and Adam Grant share their insights.
At a recent Wharton Entrepreneurs Summit, speakers discussed the importance of building strong relationships as part of a company’s growth strategy.
Advancement in digital technologies has disrupted everything, including leadership styles, according to the authors of this opinion piece.
Care.com CEO Sheila Lirio Marcelo told the audience at a recent Wharton conference how women can become better leaders by grappling with their insecurities.