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08.01.06

Human Resources

NewsWire
Here are a couple of links to articles pertaining to your people:
  • Avoiding the Stress of Generation Why
    Companies are just beginning to wake up to the havoc that the newest generation of workers is causing in offices across the globe. And adapt they must, because it is they who will dominate the workforce for the next 70 years or so. Quote: "Millennials are not looking for career paths - they are looking for life paths."
    From: Management-Issues

  • Waking Up on the Wrong Side of the Desk: The Effect of Mood on Work Performance
    While a lot of research has been done in the past two decades on work-family conflicts, few studies have looked closely at how mood affects workers' performance. Wharton management professor Nancy Rothbard and co-author Steffanie Wilk wanted to find out which mood-altering events have the biggest effect, if any -- those that influence one's outlook at the start of the day, or those that nudge one's mood up or down as the workday advances. Among their key findings: The mood you bring with you to work has a stronger effect on the day's mood—and on work performance—than mood changes caused by events in the workplace.
    From: Knowledge@Wharton

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Posted by Michael McKinney at 08:29 AM
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