Is using social media for personal business a counterproductive work behavior? Maybe, but it’s also a break. Interesting little study here and a good use of ecological momentary assessment. While more extensive non-work social media use at work was generally associated with lower work engagement, our advanced study design revealed […]
An open-access virtual training — The Introductory Reviewer Developmental Workshop — hosted by the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology (SIOP) and the Consortium for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis (CARMA) has been announced to take place on August 22nd. The workshop is designed to help social scientists improve their […]
The U.S. unemployment rate is down to 3.9% and it looks like it’s going to be a candidate’s market for a long while. Sourcers and recruiters are howling and companies are competing for talent like never before. Enter AI and big data. A January 2018 survey of 1,000-plus C-suite executives found […]
How are decisions made in your organization? Does the boss ask everyone what they think but then go with a gut feeling? Perhaps leadership simply votes and the privileged vocal majority hold sway? Maybe your company attempts to keep up with the times by insisting that every choice is a […]
My friends over at I/O Shaken & Stirred just shared this clip from Mike Morrison on breaking research out of the paywalled journals. Check it out.