Even though 46 percent of people who consume video and role-playing games globally are women, gaming communities and the production industry still typically associate the term “gamer” with men, reveals new research from Aalto University School of Business.
Arrangements such as Bilateral Investment Treaties (BITs), whilst profitable, can damage economic rights of women, new research shows.
Not only are bonuses ineffective in encouraging attendance, research shows they can actually increase staff absence levels
Previously it was believed that a collective sector approach for higher wages and better working conditions was associated with inferior performance. However, research shows this is not true.
Research suggests husbands indirectly support their wives to earn more when working together - until that higher wage exceeds their own...
Managers and entrepreneurs that embrace spirituality can open themselves up to greater opportunities for innovation - here's how to do it...
Poor academic performance and course dissatisfaction are the main ingredients in the decision to become a dropout, new research reveals
Qualities such as empathy, the ability to see the world from another’s vantage point, or imagine oneself in another’s shoes may sound, to ambitious minds, a little flimsy as a skillset, but mastering these abilities can often mean the difference between career progression and stagnation.