Hiring Discrimination Against Black Americans Hasn’t Declined in 25 Years

Harvard Business Review

Attitude surveys indicate that overtly prejudicial beliefs have declined, and endorsement of the principles of equal treatment regardless of race has increased. Race is often at the forefront of American conversation. It has lately emerged with new urgency around discussions of policing, immigration, First Amendment rights, and even professional football.

A Working from Home Experiment Shows High Performers Like It Better

Harvard Business Review

The home-workers were also more productive per minute, which employees told us (in detailed surveys) was due to the quieter working conditions at home.

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One Weird Trick to Save $345 Billion

Harvard Business Review

According to the 2012 Taxpayer Attitude Survey, 87 percent of Americans believe that cheating on taxes is wrong. Moreover, 95 percent of those surveyed reported that their personal integrity affects their honest reporting on tax forms.

What Managers Can Do Now to Motivate Their Employees | Management.

Management is a Journey

An employee attitude survey by Kelton Research finds that managers are missing simple strategies to improve employee morale in these difficult times.