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Each week, our faculty share their groundbreaking research, published work and their authoritative insight into an exceptionally wide range of management issues. Take a moment to find out what's happening this week at Rotman.

Like some happiness with that? Rotman study suggests fast food cues hurt ability to savor experiences

June 02, 2014
Toronto – Want to be able to smell the roses? You might consider buying into a neighbourhood where there are more sit-down restaurants...
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"Transformational leadership" curbs bad attitudes towards change, shows rare study of correctional officers.

January 09, 2014
Toronto – It's no surprise that a cynical attitude towards the prospect of change makes change harder to implement. But it's important...
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Higher Emotional Intelligence leads to better decision-making.

November 19, 2013
Toronto – The anxiety people feel making investment decisions may have more to do with the traffic they dealt with earlier than the po...
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Study shows calm candidates perform better on tests used to screen job applicants.

November 01, 2013
Toronto - Applying for a job can be stressful at the best of times and even more so in today’s very competitive job market.  For ...
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Recession's after-effects could lead to cheating and workplace theft suggests Rotman paper.

October 16, 2013
Toronto – We like to think we'd stick to our ethical principles no matter what. But when people feel financially deprived -- as many d...
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Precarious employment on the rise says new working paper from the Institute for Competitiveness and Prosperity.

October 03, 2013
A rising number of workers in Toronto are employed in temporary, part-time, low-paying positions in routine-service industries, but there ...
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Freedom and choice key to restorative lunch breaks, says new study.

October 01, 2013
Toronto -- Working through lunch might not be as bad as they say, suggests a new paper on work recovery, but only if employees choose that t...
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Avoidance strategies can be valuable stress reliever, says new paper on work/life/school balance.

July 08, 2013
Toronto – If achieving a work/life balance wasn't hard enough, researchers say many of us are juggling a third factor: school. That cr...
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Choosing less a form of protection says new study on decision-making.

April 03, 2013
Toronto – Imagine you have a choice to make. In one scenario, you’d get $8 and somebody else -- a stranger – would get $8 ...
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Refocusing important on and off the court, says new study.

February 11, 2013
NBA player stats used to study on-the-job adaptability.
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