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Aligning values with employer can lead to promotion, suggests new study
Employees looking to move up within their organization should get on board with the goals and values of their employer, according to new research from Washington University in St. Louis.
Want to move up at work? Be a true believer
New research is tweaking an old adage about how to get ahead in a competitive workplace: It's not just who you know, but what you believe in.
Social events don't build unity for those who differ from the rest of the team
The workers who may have the most to gain from attending company social events may be the ones who actually get the least value from them, a new study suggests.
Research: Bad news can spur strategic change in businesses
Negative media coverage may prompt firms to engage in greater levels of strategic change than previously thought, according to research by a University of Illinois business professor.
Leadership can reduce employee cynicism, increase engagement, study finds
(Phys.org)—Management efforts to reduce cynicism and enhance employee empowerment can have a large impact on employee engagement, according to a study from the University at Buffalo School of Management.
We're more passive than we predict when sexually harassed, new study shows
Sexual harassment is devastating in and of itself for its victims, but new research shows there can be an even more insidious and troubling consequence that goes along with it.
Tendency of operational routines to falter is widespread but fixable
New research by a University of Illinois expert who studies process management points to the potential role of regulatory oversight in preventing deterioration of operational routines that are used to complete day-to-day ...