New research shows that customers prefer to be served by robots which are as human-like as possible because, in interactions with such machines, people are able to apply familiar social rules and expectations.
Research reveals that claiming to be patriotic can help boost a company’s performance. But is nationalism the key to long-term success?
Understanding what contributes to different ideas of career success is important, says new research, as it is linked to greater life satisfaction and psychological well-being.
Spotting a narcissist at work can be challenging, and learning how to deal with them can be ever harder. However, there are ways in which you can approach the problem, and there are mechanisms you can put in place so that your whole team is not negatively affected by their presence.
According to the Mental Health Foundation, a staggering 70 million work days are being lost each year in the UK due to sick leave being taken due to mental health concerns. This is costing employers approximately £2.4 billion per year. So could companies be doing more to deal with this mental health crisis?
We may have all told a small white lie to our bosses at one point in our careers but, according to new research, women are four times more likely to lie to their employer than men are.
Around five million workers in the UK are considered to be part of the gig economy. But as COVID-19 caused freelancer confidence to tumble, it hasn’t looked so bright for the gig economy.
Research reveals that teams which worked together more frequently became more resilient after experiencing failure or patient death. This helped to mitigate the negative effects of failure and provided learning opportunities, to improve future performance.