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Dec-19-2017 — Business Insider Australia highlighted research by KiYoung Lee, assistant professor of organization and human resources, that found employees who are undermined at work are more likely to sabotage their co-workers.

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Oct-27-2017 — A story on Bloomberg Radio interviews Feng Gu, associate professor and chair of accounting and law, about why the way people account for a company’s earnings might be massively outdated.

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10-26-2017 — Research by Jim Lemoine, assistant professor of organization and human resources, that found employees are motivated by challenging, incremental goals — and turned off by unrealistic expectations — was cited by Entrepreneur in a story about ways to keep your employees happy.

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Sept-25-2017 —Timothy Maynes, assistant professor of organization and human resources, was interviewed for an article on Fast Company about factors that contribute to people being interrupted frequently at work.

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Sept-17-2017 — Muriel Anderson, clinical associate professor of organization and human resources, was interviewed for a story on Dow Jones' Moneyish about deciding when to change careers.