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Despite the Mission Statements, Leaders View Customers as More Important than Employees

Idea posted: February 2024

Institutions: Columbia Business School   

In the past few decades, corporate attitudes have evolved from a “customer is always right” mindset to the recognition that employees are as vital to the success of a company…

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Photo by Jon Tyson on Unsplash
Do I Belong Here? Measuring Employee Organizational Belonging

Idea posted: September 2023

Institutions: Temple University Fox School of Business and Management    SWK Technologies   

With many companies facing increased challenges in attracting and keeping employees, employee engagement and commitment has become even more vital to organizational success than ever before. Recent research has emphasized…

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Photo by Sasha Freemind on Unsplash
Onboarding AI to Gain Employee Trust and Acceptance

Idea posted: January 2022

Institutions: University of Toronto Rotman School of Management    Toulouse School of Economics    INSEAD    New York University Stern School of Business   

Artificial Intelligence is both appreciated and feared: appreciated for the benefits it offers in terms of speed, accuracy and consistency; feared because many believe those benefits can render many human…

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Exploration Algorithms Increase Diversity of New Hires

Idea posted: May 2021

Institutions: MIT Sloan School of Management    Columbia University Teachers College   

More and more firms with ongoing recruitment of professionals use computer algorithms to screen job applicants. The screening process is based on past history: the algorithm compares a candidate’s profile…

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Why Company Health and Wellness Plans Fall Short

Idea posted: March 2021

Institutions: Stanford University    Stanford Graduate School of Business    Harvard University   

All employers in all nations are in the health care business. The work environment they create, including the expected number of working hours and numerous other potential stressors, have a…

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The Opportunity and Challenge of the Four-Day Working Week

Idea posted: January 2020

Institutions: Henley Business School   

Today’s unprecedented quad-gen workforce (baby boomers, Gen X, millennials, Gen Z) presents unique challenges for employers who must try to engage all four generations. Although having different backgrounds and histories,…

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Older Workers Are Only Asking for a Little Flexibility

Idea posted: May 2019

Institutions: The Vanguard Group Inc.    New York University Stern School of Business    Carleton University Sprott School of Business    University of Michigan Ross School of Business    Stanford Graduate School of Business   

With the pool of workers within traditional working ages (18-64) expected to shrink dramatically, keeping older workers in the workforce longer would help both companies and national economies. Older workers,…

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High Social Class Helps Men Get Jobs, But Not Women

Idea posted: June 2017

Institutions: Kellogg School of Management    University of Toronto Rotman School of Management   

With social inequality in the U.S. only getting worse and with intergenerational mobility lower than in many other advanced economies, it is clear that individuals in the higher socioeconomic levels…

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Social Skills Valued Most in Today’s Workplace

Idea posted: April 2016

Institutions: Harvard Graduate School of Education   

There are two types of skills involved in the tasks of a job. The first is cognitive — an employee’s knowledge, training and experience that puts the employee in position…

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