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What makes for good mavericks in business? They leave their ego out of it and contribute based on facts, notes this opinion piece.
A simulation from the Penn Wharton Budget Model finds that the U.S. could increase both employment and GDP by upping the net flow of immigrants. But political headwinds mean any[…]
New research from Wharton's Peter Cappelli and Prasanna Tambe points out the promise and pitfalls of using artificial intelligence in human resources, where algorithms can’t easily replace human decision-making.
Leaders should stop focusing on output and achievement alone, and work on building the maturity required to lift up others, not just themselves, notes the author of a new book.
Changes in the economy, the nature of employment benefits and attitudes toward work more generally have made planning for retirement more complicated than ever.
New Wharton research develops a novel method for studying the hiring process, finding that race and gender biases likely impact who gets hired at some of the world’s top firms.
The traditional path to success has emphasized excelling in a single discipline or field rather than being a generalist. But writer David Epstein is challenging that wisdom, contending that it’s[…]
Two HR software startups are applying people analytics to create a more diverse -- and happier -- workforce.
Trying to balance the competing demands of work, family, finances, technology and self-care has left Americans perpetually pressed for time -- is there any way to get off the treadmill?
Several political, societal and business factors now coming together explain the new energy behind a law guaranteeing paid parental leave for U.S. workers.