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Published on 05 May 2020
A new global study aims to understand the impact of the lockdown on our social interactions. How do we live together? Distance ourselves? Connect with each other?
Published on 16 March 2020
According to the figures from mid-March, Covid-19 counted approximately 239,000 infected people and over 9,900 deaths worldwide*. The epidemic has accentuated the uncertainties that exist around the globe. What is the primary impact of the epidemic...
Published on 18 November 2019
The death of an employee in the workplace is a delicate, emotional situation that can be difficult for employees and managers alike. Recent research explores how managers and companies can respond to grief in the workplace and implement...
Published on 24 May 2019
With uberization and uncertain working condition on the rise, workers are developing a news means of voicing discontent at work: sarcasm and mockery.
Published on 23 January 2017
Agnotology studies the spread of ignorance. Janna Rose and Marcos Barros analyze the intentional production of ignorance. They discuss how ignorance can be used as a strategic tool in their TheConversation Global’s article.
Published on 22 April 2016
Interactions are an essential part of any organization. Whether it is receiving help from colleagues or gaining access to crucial information, developing a strong internal network makes it easier for an employee to get things done. This latest study...