Older job seekers on LinkedIn receive fewer job offers than younger job seekers, but using a younger profile photo reduces this bias.
A new study shows that "decision fatigue" makes bank credit officers more likely to reject loan applications during the midday dip.
A new study finds that crowdsourcing companies do best when they steer clear of pronouns like "I" and "me" in their presentation.
A new survey has found that 34% of WFH (work-from-home) employees say they would rather quit than return to a full-time office situation.
A new study shows that having family photos at work reduces the amount of employee theft.
A new study finds 76% of Americans who have been working from home say it has improved their relationships with their co-workers.
A new study finds that brainstorming activities produce ideas that are actually pretty mediocre, unless you disrupt your routines.
Study shows remote raters of an online Skype or Zoom interview give candidates lower marks than people who watch the same interview in person.
A recent study on the benefits of procrastination found it can enhance creativity at work, as it gives people more time to generate ideas.
If you have a broken phone, research suggests there's a chance that you secretly (or maybe not so secretly) allowed it to happen.