Would a robot appreciate this view?
Robots are coming for humans' jobs, but people should protect from automation the experiences that bring joy and happiness.
It’s ok to let a little anger show in the workplace but you shouldn’t let it all out, research says.
Anger can help you in negotiations but it might get you fired if you don't learn your triggers and how to control it.
Do women freelancers suffer the effects of ‘male privilege’?
Sexism has long been an unfortunate feature of the workplace, but is male privilege still a problem when the gig economy makes most of our office interactions virtual?
Sexual harassment scandals have altered and cut short many careers, including those of former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly (left), former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick (center) and late former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes.
Human resources professionals should be trained at school and encouraged on the job to take employee complaints seriously. But that's not how the profession works now.
If you see something, say something.
Research shows that few people take a stand when they witness sexual harassment. Until that changes, this predatory behavior will haunt American workplaces.
A toxic corporate culture may begin at the top, but it doesn’t end there.
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Ethical scandals at Uber and Fox have focused attention on the leaders of the organizations, but the problems of a toxic culture often embed deep within an organization.
Increasing degree requirements for jobseekers doesn’t necessairly lead to an inventive employees.
A lack of "breakthrough" moments in innovation may be caused by the increase of specialised workforces.
Should she trust her gut or her head?
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Should you go with your gut when hiring an employee or making another decision on the job? The research suggests that in most cases, probably not.
Hot-desking tends to affect different employees differently – it tends to produce winners and losers.
Basically, we need to work less.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia CEO Ian Narev attends the parliamentary inquiry into the banking system.
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Business Briefing: fixing culture in banking and finance.
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"Banking culture" has drawn a lot of scrutiny this year, after several high-profile scandals. But Professor Paul Kofman says there isn't much evidence for how to intervene if there's a problem.
Good incentives are about more than just dollars.
Incentive schemes are widespread in the corporate world. But they may be doing more harm than good.
Should we be forced to work at home?
France is introducing a 'right to disconnect' law, but it may struggle to get businesses in line.
Regardless of the channels through which it is done, most employees want to have a say in how their workplaces are run.
Even though union membership has dropped to just 15%, unions still have an important role to play in ensuring that workers have meaningful input into how their workplaces are run.
Testosterone fuels risk-taking behaviour – new research shows this leads to bigger wins for men but also much bigger losses.
Insufferable or indispensable?
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Learn a new language, or stay out of the loop.
Enough! There is a way to end the harassment of women in science.
The public outing of a number of high profile scientists in sexual harassment cases shows the current system of protecting women isn't working. But there is a solution.
Keeping Googlers happy at the Googleplex office.
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Why asking potential employees “how many golf balls could you fit in a school bus?” won't get you the best staff.
Present but unproductive.
We're increasingly afraid of missing work – even when sick. New research reveals why.
Risk to patients and staff.
Bullying isn't just about the victim and the aggressor – everyone in the workplace plays their part.