Pathways of Peer Influence on Major Choice

Published: 30 November 2023

Authors: Brian Rubineau, Shinwon Noh, Michael A. Neblo and David M.J. Lazer Publication: Social Forces, Forthcoming. Article in advance, published online: October 11, 2023 Abstract:

New federal union contract is an historic advance in for workers’ rights

Published: 25 May 2023

The potential for office work to be performed remotely has been evident since the advent of email and the web, but for decades, most employers allowed only very limited remote work. The pandemic...

McGill Desautels undergrads take 2nd at Baylor University’s Negotiation Competition

Published: 23 May 2023

McGill Desautels undergraduate students Aaron Anandji (BCom’25) and Zacharie Faucillion (BCom’23), Co-Executive Directors of McGill Ventures, took second place at Baylor University’s Hankamer...

Hybrid work arrangements give employees the flexibility they need, but leverage benefits of in-person interaction

Published: 17 May 2023

One of the biggest names in tech thinks the move to fully remote work is a big mistake. According to Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI, everyone needs to be together to create a cohesive and productive...

Delve: Why Employers Think Overqualified Job Applicants Lack Commitment, with Roman Galperin

Published: 12 May 2023

Why is being overqualified for a sought-after job at a desirable workplace seen as a drawback? Despite having prestigious educations and impressive work credentials, these candidates get turned...

Glossy work permeates cultural industries, but exists in other sectors too

Published: 10 May 2023

When Lisa Cohen moved to New York City in 1984 to work for Vanity Fair magazine, it seemed like a dream job. But the reality didn’t stack up to her expectations. Though the work was sometimes...

Majority of companies in 4-day work week study make shorter week permanent

Published: 7 March 2023

The results are in, and the four-day work week isn’t only good for workers – companies like it too. In a six-month UK study, 61 employers trialed a 4-day work week that asked employees to perform...

Reject and Resubmit: A Formal Analysis of Gender Differences in Reapplication and Their Contribution to Women’s Presence in Talent Pipelines

Published: 17 February 2023

Authors: Isabel Fernandez-Mateo, Brian Rubineau and Venkat Kuppuswamy Publication: Organization Science, Forthcoming Articles in Advance – published online: December 2022 Abstract:

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