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Couples Who Tailgate Together Stay Together, Says New Baylor Research
[9/4/2019]
WACO, Texas (Sept. 4, 2019) – For millions of football fans across the United States, fall is the time to break out the grills, load vehicles with coolers and food and games, and gather with friends for the time-honored tradition of tailgating.
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Audio: The Interactive Effect of Unethical Behavior and Performance onto Workplace Ostracism
[8/11/2019]
TalkZone.com: Professor of Management Matthew Quade is interviewed on this show to discuss his 2016 findings on the interactive effect of unethical behavior and performance on workplace ostracism.
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Balancing Act: Tips to Create More Work-Life Balance
[8/11/2019]
The Register-Mail: Research by professor of Management Emily Hunter is cited in this piece reporting her findings that the technology is blurring the work-family boundaries through continual interruptions during the workday.
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Balancing Act: Tips to Create More Work-Life Balance
[8/11/2019]
Daily Review Atlas: In this article, professor of Management, Emily Hunter, discusses her research and offers tips on creating more of a work-life balance.
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The HR News Wire: When Focusing on the Bottom Line Backfires
[8/2/2019]
CareerMinds: Supervisors driven by the bottom line could be hurting profits by losing employee respect, who in turn withhold performance, according to new research by professor of Management Matthew Quade.
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Survey of 866 Workers Shows How a Boss Can Make Workers Quit
[8/1/2019]
Inverse: In this article about new research by professor of Management, Matthew Quade, the impacts of his findings are discussed, in which he found that supervisors focused on profits tend to lose employees.
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Overemphasis on the Bottom Line Can Drive Down Employee Performance
[7/30/2019]
HR Dive: New research by Matt Quade, professor of Marketing, finds that employees withhold performance in response to supervisors who focus more on the bottom line than anything else.
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Employees Don't Perform at Their Best When Supervisors Only Focus on the ‘Bottom Line’
[7/29/2019]
Consumer Affairs: Research by Matt Quade, professor of Management, found that supervisors focused on the "bottom line" could cause employees to withhold performance.
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Problematic Smartphone Use: Addiction or Compulsion?
[7/29/2019]
One Zero: Professor of Marketing James Roberts is featured in this article about his research on smartphone addiction, and his concerns about the impact of such behavior, regardless of whether or not some label it "addiction."
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The Bottom Line May Backfire on Bosses
[7/28/2019]
Psych Central: Professor of Management, Matt Quade, found in research that employees who withhold performance may be doing so out of lost respect for supervisors who are driven by profits.
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