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Ask your colleague to solve your problem and you will get negative review

October 18, 2021
The mechanics of seeking help on the job aren't clearly understood by managers or employees, especially regarding its interpersonal benefits and costs.

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Bonds between new hires lead to early success

October 11, 2021
Settling into a new job is no easy task, but the connections made among other newcomers in the beginning days could be key to early success.

Can your company survive without middle managers and what countries can learn from it

October 4, 2021
A company without middle managers looks very tempting: just the leadership and workers, everyone doing their job without too much interference. But the more you look at it, the more it looks like a bad idea.

Consumers blame both manufacturer and retailer when products fail

September 27, 2021
New research from the University of Notre Dame shows consumers often point the finger at more than one external party for product failures, at times bringing retailers under scrutiny rather than just the manufacturers.

Apologizing to customers after product failures can stave off lawsuits

September 13, 2021
Companies that express remorse in the wake of a product failure are more likely to encourage customers to repurchase from them, according to new research from Binghamton University, State University of New York.

Ending prices with '.99' can backfire

August 30, 2021
Setting a price just below a round number may lead consumers into thinking a product is less expensive than it really is—but it can sometimes backfire on sellers, a new study shows.

Online product displays can shape your buying behavior

August 23, 2021
One of the biggest marketing trends in the online shopping industry is personalization through curated product recommendations; however, it can change whether people buy a product they had been considering, according to new University of California San Diego research.

How managerial motives influence employees' fairness judgments

August 16, 2021
In the workplace, whether or not we believe that a supervisor has treated us fairly depends on a number of factors, including motive, according to new research from the University of Notre Dame.

How can leaders create trust when information keeps changing

August 9, 2021
The key to creating trust in leadership is being clear in your communication even when you don't have all the answers, says a UNSW Business School expert.

Retailers overestimate car use

July 26, 2021
Retail traders often fear that reducing the amount of urban space made available for parking private vehicles would have a negative effect on their businesses.
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