Research from Olin Business School found that employees’ initial expectations for a new leader were a strong indicator of how trust levels would change over time. The higher the initial level of follower expectations, the steeper the resulting decline in trust.
A new report from the National Academy of Inventors and the Intellectual Property Owners Association lists Washington University among the top 100 worldwide granted U.S. patents in 2020.
The Washington University community — administrators, faculty, students and staff — rose to the challenge of the unprecedented COVID-19 emergency, innovating every step of the way.
Research from the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences asks if our views about our own appearances have changed in the age of Zoom.
A new initiative seeks to tap into WashU’s people power to obtain input from the entire community on ways we can streamline, shift and adapt to benefit the university in lasting, sustainable ways.
Full of entertaining examples, new book is guide to making business ethics work “in the real world.”
Washington University in St. Louis remains committed to supporting faculty and staff as they continue to manage their work-life balance during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Department of Human Resources recently opened an online portal that outlines the scope of the university’s employee benefits, including child care, elder care and also self-care.
Washington University’s Deanna Barch was among 59 women psychologists working in academia who took an empirical approach to understanding gender inequities in their field. They find some promising data, but also much work to be done.
Displaying family photos in the workplace cuts down on employee fraud and other unethical behavior, new Washington University in St. Louis research finds.
A job search may require more than just a good resume and strong interviewing skills. Alumna Lauren Herring teaches the emotional intelligence required to master the job search.