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How much is 'great resignation' costing companies?

June 27, 2022
On average, labor expenses make up 57% of operating costs at S&P 500 companies, according to MyLogIQ.

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It's not all about talent, business stars can be made

Steps that growing startups must follow to succeed

New theory of decision-making seeks to explain why humans don't make optimal choices

June 20, 2022
A new theory of economic decision-making from Mina Mahmoudi, a lecturer in the Department of Economics at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, offers an explanation as to why humans, in general, make decisions that are simply adequate, not optimal.

For a smooth-running economy, rule of law matters

June 13, 2022
Countries in which courts more easily enforce contracts see less economic volatility overall than nations that don't adhere as well to the rule of law.

Change of mind can often be best decision

June 6, 2022
Whether or not changes of mind are behaviorally beneficial has been the focus of a special review by cognitive neuroscientists, Professor Jason Mattingley and Dr Dragan Rangelov, at the Queensland Brain Institute (QBI).

37% of top 20 skills requested for average U.S. job changed since 2016

May 23, 2022
Jobs are more disrupted today than ever before, and changing at breakneck speed, according to a new report from Boston Consulting Group (BCG), Emsi Burning Glass, and The Burning Glass Institute.

Playing tough early in franchising supports long-term benefits

May 16, 2022
From McDonalds to Marriott, 7-Eleven to Ace Hardware, we're surrounded by franchises.

It's good business to have more visible supply chain network

May 9, 2022
A joint project between the USF Supply Chain Innovation Lab and global manufacturer Jabil has concluded that it's good business to have a more visible supply chain network.

How generalist stores can protect category sales when specialist merchants enter market

April 25, 2022
Researchers from Imperial College and KU Leuven published a new paper in the Journal of Marketing that examines the implications of organic specialist store entry on the performance of generalist stores.

Researchers find surprising route to better team decision-making

April 11, 2022
The next time your manager calls a final meeting to discuss data before making a decision, don't roll your eyes or mutter about wasted time: The practice is actually borne out by science.

Sure signs that you are a good leader

April 4, 2022
If you doubt you are a good leader, a good front people do sometimes, here are sure signs you are good, maybe more than you think.
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