In online business, opposites attract - and increase sales
How can we better understand how clients’ gender influence bias, could improve customer service and sales? This study reveals some surprising results.
Working women feel unsupported by Christian congregations - even more progressive ones
Integration between faith and work is highly beneficial for worker well-being, satisfaction and commitment. Sadly, churches are leaving their working female congregation behind.
Women may pay a 'mom penalty' when AI is used in hiring
As AI algorithms are used more and more in recruitment, how can we assess the transparency and fairness of algorithmic hiring decisions going forward?
Workplace culture prevents men from taking paternity leave
Most men are reluctant to take paternity leave because of how their professional world works. Parental leave is accepted for women, but men who take it are seen as violating the norm. Read what the researchers have to say.
'Woman the hunter': Studies aim to correct history
Findings indicate prehistoric women not only had similar injuries of close-contact hunting to men, hunting was an activity held in high esteem and valued by them. Is the assumption we have about these gender roles incorrect? Read what the researchers have to say.
People struggling with work addiction feel unwell even when they are working
This article looks at how work addiction can lead to significant negative repercussions, not only on relationships with family and friends, but also on physical and psychological well-being.
Apology psychology: Breaking gender stereotypes leads to more effective communication
Not all apologies are the same, and it can help to be more deliberate about the language that you're using and the content in your apology. Read what the researchers have to say.
Perils of not being attractive or athletic in middle school
Low attractive youth and low athletic youth became increasingly unpopular over the course of a school year.
Women and men react differently to strain and stress
In men, anxiety increases along with concerns about the job; in women their worries were about family and friends.
Men 'less satisfied with life' when their female partner is the only earner
Unemployed men may be particularly vulnerable to isolation and loneliness given they are less likely than women to have community or care-based social networks to draw on.
Increased female and youth legislative representation may improve ESG performance
Females and youth are currently underrepresented in many parliaments.
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