Feeling Burned Out at Work? Here’s How to Fix It

Burnout. It’s the reason 40% of professionals have sought new career opportunities recently, according to a 2021 Limeade survey.

A Different Perspective on Whether Corporate America is Failing Women

Online career platform, The Muse reports corporate America is still failing women in 2022.

Twitter Upheaval

Last Friday, about 3,700 Twitter employees learned they lost their jobs after access was suspended to company-wide systems, like email and Slack.

What “The Mole” and Your Job Have in Common

Netflix rebooted “The Mole'' this year and HuffPost, in How To Beat Someone Who's Undermining You At Work, According To Science And 'The Mole', asked the mole from the show, and workplace paranoia experts how to tell if a co-worker is trying to sabotage you.

Smith’s Michael Fu Part of $1M NSF Grant Targeting Kidney Trafficking Networks

Smith Chair of Management Science Michael Fu at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business is co-PI for a new four-year National Science Foundation grant focused on understanding how kidney trade networks work and how they evolve—critical for developing ways to curtail illegal transplants worldwide.

Musk’s Twitter Reversal: Smith Experts Weigh Financial, Operational Implications

Elon Musk’s offer to proceed with a $44 billion acquisition of Twitter has the two sides working to close the deal ahead of the recently extended court deadline of October 28.

UMD Smith to Host Building Negotiation Skills Workshop November 2-4 in Washington, D.C.

Negotiation at work is constant – whether with customers, colleagues or bosses. Professionals at all levels should be ready to “think on their feet” when the next situation arises to negotiate – whether in product pricing, partnership agreements or the next job offer, says Professor of Management and Organization Vijaya Venkataramani at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business.

Why Are Women Still So Underrepresented in Management?

We’re less than 90 days away from the end of 2022, and though there have been astronomical changes in the way business is done, women continue to lag behind men in getting leadership positions.

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