This Week in Leadership
In a sign of mounting concerns over high-tech employee tracking, some states are preemptively banning even untried measures.
A tech giant tests out a shorter workweek and a push in Europe to pay "living wages." Plus, Korn Ferry's CEO describes the worst way to negotiate a pay raise (he highlights a few considerably more effective tips, too). All that and more in the latest edition of Korn Ferry's This Week in Leadership
The tech giant tried a shorter workweek in Japan to test the impacts on productivity and work-life balance. What happened?
The next crop of business school students has more women than ever before, a new study shows.
The retailer’s latest earnings, along with other retail results, may signal a strong season ahead.
Under a voluntary program, 6,000 UK firms will give minimum wage a raise. Will other countries follow?
Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison highlights an awful salary-negotiating tactic that someone once tried on him, along with five techniques that stand a better chance of success.