Multitasking: The Work Efficiency Myth
October 22, 2015

You are working on a presentation that is to be given in to your supervisor before the end of the day when your colleague asks you for your help on a project. Confident that you will finish your work in time, you willingly tend to your colleague’s request. You then get back to your computer
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The Growing Importance of Global Leadership
October 12, 2012

It is becoming more and more clear that the leaders of tomorrow will need to grow in a complex, quickly evolving, multicultural context. A number of leadership experts have therefore started to use the concept of “global leadership” to reflect the fact that leaders must contend with a changing world in which global practices abound.
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Work/Family Balance Measures: A Competitive Advantage for Organizations
June 13, 2012

It is now widely acknowledged that work/family balance is a major concern for employees and organizations alike (Beauregard & Henry, 2009). In fact, organizations have no choice but to consider this issue when defining their human resource management practices, mainly because of the potential consequences for staff retention and the employers’ ability to attract new
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Presenteeism: To be or not to be… At Work
June 6, 2012

These days, absenteeism is one of the health indicators most frequently used by organizations (Johns, 2010; Ybema et al., 2010). Many companies have set up policies and programs to decrease absentee rates as far as possible. But at the same time, for several years now, another phenomenon apparently affecting organizational health and worker productivity has
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