Benjamin Waddell, Fort Lewis College and R. Nathan Pipitone, Florida Gulf Coast University Progress toward a more just and equitable society may be on the horizon. Since the killing of George Floyd by a white police officer in May, around the United States, millions of people have taken to the streets, statues have been felled, […]
A new survey reveals that working parents are happier with their job, and they are getting more done, than people without children. Researchers attribute the surprising results to a sharp increase in the number of men helping with childcare and housework during the pandemic. “We found that men’s increased contributions at home have a positive […]
“Using 19 years of data on 1,172 public firms, we show that firms’ distinctive strategies are systematically linked to their CEOs’ uncommon names,” write coauthors Yan Anthea Zhang, professor of strategy at Rice University’s Jones Graduate School of Business, and Yungu Kang and David H. Zhu of Arizona State University’s WP Carey School of Business. […]
Anne Helen Petersen’s new book “Can’t Even” interrogates the lies millennials were told about having it all. Ko Bragg Originally published by The 19th In the middle of writing her new book, “Can’t Even: How Millennials Became the Burnout Generation,” Anne Helen Petersen spent a week camping in the Swan Valley in her native Idaho. […]
In some ways, the events of 2020 may end up transforming the workplace for good, organizational psychologist Songqi Liu argues.