Showing staff how hard their colleagues are working can encourage them to boost their own performance, but employers must recognise where to draw the line between recognition and public shaming
Extreme weather, such as hurricanes, heatwaves and drought no doubt cause significant damage to people and to planet, but there is a growing body of evidence that confirms that climate change is damaging global business too
Air pollution, researchers say, adversely impacts managers’ mood, judgement, and decision-making on corporate investments. As a result, firms are risking their profits.
High performing managers set lofty targets for staff due to a distorted perspective that their own experiences are standard practice.
Self-doubt, exhaustion and a lack of support holds women back from accepting well-earned promotions, research shows.
Arrangements such as Bilateral Investment Treaties (BITs), whilst profitable, can damage economic rights of women, new research shows.
The extent to which an area is brightly lit at night (or not) provides an indication of how abundant infrastructure is in the region. Knowing the precise locations of these unlit, potentially impoverished communities is essential if we are to improve their circumstances.
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