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Lockdown has changed the way millennials work, as new research from Trinity Business School reveals how the pandemic has created a new state of working that makes resumption challenging for organisations.

Semi-structured interviews with a sample of millennials were used to explain how sensemaking tactics mediate the relationship between transactional distancing and work performance. “While millen...

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Using data leaked by hackers from a major Bitcoin exchange, new research has found that more than 2% and up to 33% of all transactions are wash trades.

A wash trade is a form of market manipulation in which an investor simultaneously sells and buys the same financial instruments to create misleading, artificial activity in the bitcoin marketplace.

Over the years there have been many suspicions t...

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Globalisation provides opportunities for gender equality in employment, according to new research by Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU).

The study, conducted by WU’s researchers Alyssa Schneebaum and Carolina Lennon, found that there is a correlation between global economic interaction and the gender distribution among a firm’s employees.

Firms that export or are owned by parent co...

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Crowdwork platforms present barriers to those with low-income and enable those who are better-off financially to dominate income opportunities, finds new research from the Nordic Centre for Internet and Society, BI Norwegian Business School.

Crowdwork platforms, such as Amazon Mechanical Turk, enable globally distributed workers to earn additional income from small online tasks. Such tasks includ...

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As workforce strategies make a dramatic shift from hours-based to output-based performance metrics as Covid alters business models, investing in the right technology will be the crucial lever for success. That’s according to insight from multiple industry experts as part of a recent panel debate hosted by leader in talent acquisition and managed workforce solutions, Guidant Global.

During the web...

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As the level of competition increases, companies become more innovative with their methods of recycling, according to new research by BI Norwegian Business School.

The study, conducted by Associate Professor Bente Flygansvær, Professor Robert Dahlstrøm and Professor Arne Nygaard, revealed that competition promotes sustainable innovation and entrepreneurship.

This innovation grows out o...

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Job opportunities for the professional sector – including sectors such as IT, professional services, life sciences, finance, marketing, HR and engineering, have continued to improve, with July marking the second month in a row that vacancies have increased. While year on year figures are understandably still down, there are signs of improvement with decreases contracting by around 10% from last mo...

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Searches for tech courses and remote learning have increased in the UK by over 40% on average as the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to bite.

With the latest employment figures showing that 649,000 fewer people in the UK were employed in June compared with March when lockdown began, Ironhack has looked at a range of Google searches for tech-based learning to highlight how many ...

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Overconfident, often male, CEOs are reacting much less to both internal and external feedback, particularly negative assessments, and thus are more likely to lead their businesses to failure, finds new research from Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU Vienna).

Companies often evaluate the success of their current business strategy through feedback in the form of their firm's curre...

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