This Week in Leadership (Sept 20 - Sept 26)
Why job switchers aren't getting paid that much more to change employers. What leaders should take away from the long tenure of Angela Merkel. Plus, be wary of these red flags upon a job offer. Here are some recent articles by Korn Ferry's content team on leadership-related news.
The Hidden World of Managers Dishing Out Perks
A surprising study shows that nearly half of managers quietly shell out favors to mistreated employees. Can it backfire?
Why Switching Jobs Doesn’t Pay
Recent data suggests today’s wave of job switchers aren’t getting big pay bumps. Why some are quitting anyway.
Lessons from Angela Merkel (and Her Long Tenure)
Only 10% of CEOs were in their roles when the German leader took office a decade ago. Why long tenures are rare today.
The job offer has come in, but everything from the salary to the manager’s attitude worries you. Our experts weigh in.
Leaders might not be aware of how important it is to make their colleagues feel linked, says Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison.