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Forbes: What does commuting do to innovation?

Further coverage of a study co-authored by Dr Jochen Menges, University Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour at Cambridge Judge Business School, which suggests that not commuting stops the transition from work to home mode for many workers. The study says that…

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Sadness vs fear

The ability to recognise emotions of others is important but can get lost in translation, so a new study develops a face-based test not affected by linguistic differences. The ability to recognise emotions expressed by others is vital for job…

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Forbes: Working from home two-days a week should be made a legal right in the post pandemic world

Dr Thomas Roulet, University Senior Lecturer in Organisation Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes about making remote work a legal right in Forbes. “Both remote and office work are complementary: requiring a balance will help organisations and workers better…

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Fast Company: Research reveals the return to work is causing a specific type of anxiety

Sunita Sah, KPMG Professor of Management Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses employees’ mental health in the preparation to returning to the office, in Fast Company. “After a year of social distancing, mask-wearing, and–for millions–working from home, many employers…

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World Economic Forum: Mental health: Pressure to return to the office could be making employees more anxious

“A new study has found that all 4,000 office workers asked about returning to the office reported feeling anxious,” writes Sunita Sah, KPMG Professor of Management Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, on World Economic Forum website. As companies are…

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The Conversation: Mental health: pressure to return to the office could be making employees more anxious

Sunita Sah, KPMG Professor of Management Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes about employees’ mental health in a sight of returning to the office. “As employees navigate the shift back to in-person work, employers should consider the role of…

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Fast Company: Don’t make these four mistakes when managing newly remote teams

Jennifer Howard-Grenville, Diageo Professor in Organisation Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on managing remote teams. She suggests “calling out culture while working remotely to acknowledge when aspects of your unique culture are on display in order to reevaluate…

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Making a difference

The pandemic has created greater empathy and understanding among business leaders to tackle society's big challenges, Robin L. Washington says in the latest edition of the CJBS Perspectives interview series on leadership. The global pandemic has created greater empathy and…

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Looking after workers

Companies need to revisit their values and identify their top cultural challenges in ensuring employee wellbeing in the post-coronavirus world, says an article in MIT Sloan Management Review co-authored by Dr Thomas Roulet of Cambridge Judge Business School. The COVID-19…

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MIT Sloan Management Review: How organisations can promote employee wellness, now and post-pandemic

Dr Thomas Roulet, University Senior Lecturer in Organisation Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses how organisations can support employees’ wellness. “The COVID-19 pandemic, which has left many of us working at home for months, has intensified the impact of…

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