Can ethical leaders make teams more creative?

The ubiquity of social media means that in today's business environment, an organizations' actions are highly visible to the public. Social media platforms provide a strong voice for consumers and advocacy groups that previously ...

Beating the system: Engaging the 'unreachable' on social media

Social media platforms are a ubiquitous communication tool, with nearly 2 billion people using Facebook every day, for example. But these platforms curate their offering, with neural networks using algorithms to recommend ...

The impact of social media disclosures on veteran hiring

Asper Assistant Professor Wenxi Pu wants to shine a light on the stigmatizing effects that post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) has on veterans who are looking to re-enter the workforce. Alongside co-authors Philip L. Roth, ...

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