Month: October 2013

Mental Health Measurement and the Workplace

Due to the confusion over what counts as evidence, mental health research has largely failed to make a significant impact on workplace wellbeing and employment relations practices. Elizabeth Cotton argues that in order to make a positive difference, academic research will have to involve new technologies and communication strategies aimed at helping people to improve their mental health at work.

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All In The Family

It’s not just the relations that make family businesses different from their counterparts. Forced to consider the extensive long-term in a […]

10 years ago

Too Lean?

Companies are constantly looking for new ways to make their daily processes and big projects as efficient as possible. A new […]

10 years ago

What is Entrepreneurial Capability?

In their recently published article in Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, Sondos G. Abdelgawad, Shaker A. Zahra, Silviya Svejenova and Harry […]

10 years ago

Bullying in the Workplace

October is Bullying Prevention Awareness Month and unfortunately the workplace is not immune to this form of abuse. We often […]

10 years ago