According to research women need nine years of experience to reach the expected wage levels that men anticipate to receive upon graduation.
Employees who find their work meaningful are more likely to offer constructive and innovative ideas, thereby increasing their work performance and ultimately contributing to organisational effectiveness.
Only 20% of businesses on government-backed entrepreneurship schemes achieve any of their growth milestones - meaning 80% of businesses that governments choose to actively fund are not successful in growing at all.
New research has discovered that founding CEOs over-exaggerate by only 15% in forecasts to investors, whereas non-founder CEOs aver-exaggerate by as much as 27%
According to a recent study from a leading business school, consumer worries shouldn’t be cause for concern for marketers, as research reveals a strong marketing strategy for new products is to induce a feeling of anxiety within the customer.
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.