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Thomas Roulet

Quiet quitting: what managers can do

'Quiet quitting' is not a novel concept and there are clear ways to combat it, Thomas Roulet of Cambridge Judge Business School says in MIT Sloan Management Review. Dr Thomas Roulet The in-vogue term 'quiet quitting' is not a new…

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Government effect on media: how banks got better coverage during the financial crisis

Financial crisis media coverage of big banks was less critical when those banks received bailouts, as the press saw this as a sign of social acceptability, says study from Cambridge Judge Business School. The influence of the media’s watchdog role…

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Metro news: ‘I had to pretend to be someone I wasn’t’: The reality of LGBTQ work discrimination

Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory, is featured in this article about research commissioned by The Body Shop, which shows more than half of LGBTQ+ people said they act differently at work compared to in their personal lives to…

Read more (La Nacion): Demonised industries – why people choose to work in companies with a bad reputation

Payment is a lever that might work for some positions and some people, but not for everyone. And it hardly satisfies as a psychological explanation. "Yes, I work for a hideous company, but at least the pay is great," isn't…

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Yahoo Finance: Apple employees claim they’re doing ‘exceptional work’ remotely as Tim Cook orders them back. They’re probably wrong

A study co-authored by Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School, is mentioned in this article about Apple wanting its employees back in the office. The study found that remote work is leading to a…

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The Economist: Why employees want to work in vilified industries

A book by Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School, entitled “The Power of Being Divisive”, points out that employees of demonised firms are often proud to be on the payroll. A study by Thomas…

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Fox Business: How to write a perfect cover letter, according to experts

Making a cover letter that complements your resume can be a challenging task, the article says. Aside from demonstrating potential knowledge of company challenges, a cover letter is a perfect place to show you know exactly what a position entails…

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Forbes: Three leadership and entrepreneurial lessons from the crypto crash

Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory and Deputy director of the MBA at Cambridge Judge Business School, tells us what lessons can be learned from the crypto crash: “Despite the downturn, many still believe in the potential of the…

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European Sting: 4 experts on how leaders can best respond to a changing global landscape

Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory and Deputy Director of the MBA Programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, co-authored this article in collaboration with the World Economic Forum, regarding the changing global landscape. Four Young Global Leaders share their…

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Receive News: What is the gig economy? Jobs, applications and platforms explained

Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor of Organisational Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments in this article about gig economy. The gig economy is a developing sphere and the global economy is expected to grow to $455 billion by 2023, article…

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