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Researchers demonstrate that two types of daily planning can positively affect employee performance.
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Leaders who use humor influence their employees to perform more discretionary behavior in the workplace.
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Researchers demonstrate advantages to hiring internal applicants versus external applicants when filling job openings.
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Finding the perfect job can seem like an impossible challenge, but creating the perfect job may be more feasible than you think.
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People with disabilities are often harmfully stereotyped, making it difficult for them to be hired.
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Leaders and employees are not always prepared to succeed on virtual teams, especially when they are composed of people from culturally diverse backgrounds.
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New research provides one simple change we can make that may influence our virtual team members to engage with our ideas instead of rejecting them outright.
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Researchers demonstrate that being yourself, or self-verification, can provide an edge to otherwise qualified candidates.
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Researchers discover that early-morning exposure to workplace rudeness can hurt work performance throughout the day.
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Research shows that job applicants with criminal records can increase potential job offers through apologies or justification, while avoiding excuses.
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