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Unions fight to secure better pay and conditions for workers, but...

Emma Sara Hughes, University of Liverpool Over the past century, unions have successfully campaigned for a minimum wage, holiday...

A living wage increases economic productivity while reducing poverty – new...

Anna Barford, University of Cambridge and Jane Nelson, Harvard Kennedy School It can be difficult to see a way...

Hiring friends and family might actually be good for business –...

Sheheryar Banuri, University of East Anglia Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Meta/Facebook, recently remarked in a podcast interview that...

Show me the money: Employees not only want better pay, they...

Scott Schieman, University of Toronto https://narrations.ad-auris.com/widget/the-conversation-canada/show-me-the-money--employees-not-only-want-better-pay--they-want-status There has been endless chatter about the Great . Resignation....

‘Do what you love’ could be contributing to the Great Resignation

Galen Watts, KU Leuven “Do what you love,” is no longer just advice. High school students learn early on that their future careers should...

Cellphone bans in the workplace are legal and more common among...

Richard Carlson, South Texas College of Law Houston Cellphones in the workplace can be a distraction – but they...

The ‘great resignation’ is a trend that began before the pandemic...

Ian O. Williamson, University of California, Irvine Finding good employees has always been a challenge - but these days...

Workers feel most valued when their managers trust them

Jesus Arias, Florida International University The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work.

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Could college textbooks soon get cheaper?

Jenny Adams, University of Massachusetts Amherst and Michael Ash, University of Massachusetts Amherst How much money do students spend on college textbooks? The answer is:...