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Money & Business
Do employee-owned firms produce more positive employee behavioural outcomes? If not, why not?
Dr. Caroline Clarke and Dr. Peter Bloom examines the dark side of new HR “empowerment” strategies.
When conducting research on how people behave, it's important to consider the Hawthorne Effect. But why? A really, really quick introduction.
Society, Politics & Law
Alan Shipman shares his thoughts on the Budget 2015 and the chancellor's promise of a "higher wage, lower tax, lower welfare economy".
TV, Radio & Events
The Bottom Line returns with Evan Davis and guests discussing the poor productivity problem in the UK.
Can designer chairs and table football make employees more productive? Evan Davis from The Bottom Line talks about the Hawthorne effect in the office.
Businesses are increasingly using surveillance techniques and technologies to keep an eye on customers and employees.
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