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Associate Professor of Management
More than half of employers today offer some variety of flexible work arrangements. Many workers value that as much as additional compensation. But does it have to be one or[…]
Several decades' worth of research shows layoffs to be a poor way to boost profits, while other strategies may in fact work. Still, companies keep pink slips at the ready.[…]
Most people can master what it takes to be an effective manager. But we often don’t appreciate how difficult that mastery is, experts say.
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.
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.