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How to make performance reviews less terrible – especially given the...

Yalcin Acikgoz, Appalachian State University Few office workers seem to like performance reviews, those annual examinations of how well...

Amazon, Starbucks and the sparking of a new American union movement

John Logan, San Francisco State University April 1, 2022, may go down as a pivotal day in the history...

5 strategies employers can use to address workplace mental health issues

Patricia L. Haynes, University of Arizona COVID-19 has inflicted a serious mental health toll on many U.S. workers.

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.

Ensuring the minimum wage keeps up with economic growth would be...

Felix Koenig, Carnegie Mellon University The US$1.9 trillion pandemic relief bill that the House is expected to soon pass...

Fired for storming the Capitol? Why most workers aren’t protected for...

Elizabeth C. Tippett, University of Oregon Can you be fired for joining a violent mob that storms the Capitol? Of course you can. Among the jarring images...

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We asked kids to send us their burning questions – here...

Maggie Villiger, The Conversation Out of the mouths of babes… comes a never-ending stream of questions. So this year, The Conversation US jumped on a great...