The Interactive Effect of Loneliness at Work and Gender on Workplace Outcomes

The Interactive Effect of Loneliness at Work and Gender on Workplace Outcomes

Researchers from Occidental College, California State University, and The WorkPlace Group find loneliness at work affects men more than women when it comes to performance and Organizational Citizenship Behaviors. Men, in particular, reported high levels of counter-productive work behaviors. Employers should focus on creating positive, collaborative work environments while considering the varying needs of both men and women.

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Résumé Factors That Predict Candidate Selection for Interviews

Résumé Factors That Predict Candidate Selection for Interviews

Four résumé factors predict who hiring managers choose to interview. Dr. Lindner’s newest study, published in the International Journal of Leadership, found that candidates with relevant, current, and continual work experience; a college degree or enrollment in college; and achievements listed on their résumés were more likely to be selected by hiring managers for employment interviews. Research is based on 1,000 actual applicants…

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