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Everything you need to know about workplace bullying

Everything you need to know about workplace bullying Frances McGregor, University of Huddersfield Whether it happens in the playground or in the workplace, bullying can be enormously distressing and disturbing for anyone on the receiving end. Stories crop up in many places including allegations made during employment tribunals, political parties of all sizes and by […]

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Two Thirds of Millennials Want to Leave Your Organisation By 2020 (Study)

Two Thirds of Millennials Want to Leave Your Organisation By 2020 Deloitte has published it’s Millennial Survey 2016  surveyed nearly 7,700 Millennials from 29 countries to learn more about Millennials’ values and ambitions, drivers of job satisfaction, and their increasing representation in senior management teams.They found that two-thirds of Millennials express a desire to leave their organisations by 2020. […]

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Supervisors, coworkers tolerate unethical behavior when production is good (Study)

Supervisors, coworkers tolerate unethical behavior when production is good (Study) Your coworker wastes time. He mismanages resources. He’s been known to engage in activities that you and others consider conflicts of interest. Yet, he seems to “do no wrong” in the eyes of the company. Why? Because he’s producing. A new Baylor University study published […]

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Social connections keep workers on board

New study shows social connections keep workers on board Contrary to popular belief, new research suggests that some employees adapt well to pressures caused by changes in the workplace. Pay cuts, reduced working hours, fewer training and promotion opportunities are just a few of the measures organizations employ to combat economic downturn and industry competition. […]

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Why we should fight at work

Team innovation and success: why we should fight at work By Rebecca Mitchell, University of Newcastle When your staff bicker and compete, your initial response should be to remind them they’re part of the same team and encourage them to be friendly, right? Not necessarily; we’re now realising that a level of tension and hostility […]

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