Companies Step Up Efforts to Keep Workers From Quitting

Companies are stepping up efforts to retain their talent as a tight labor market increases employees’ job opportunities elsewhere. 55

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California Law Pressures Small-Company Boards to Include Women

Smaller companies lag behind the country’s biggest corporations in bringing more women onto their boards. In California, though, that gap has been closing since the state began requiring public-company boards to include female directors, according to new data. 143

Kellogg Dean Says M.B.A.’s Future Is Uncertain, and That’s All Right

Francesca Cornelli joined Northwestern’s business school last summer to teach future managers how to deal with disruption, and hopes to lead by example. 36

The Captain Class

The Mystery of What Drives Bob Iger

Before this week, he had seemed congenitally unable to quit. Was it the neurochemical pleasure of the pursuit? 19

Tough Job Interviews Make Candidates More Likely to Take Offer

Making job interviews more challenging could be a cost-effective way for employers to entice new hires, according to new research from job-review website Glassdoor. 7

Quarantined, but Still Logged On

With some overseas cities shut down and companies in the U.S. urging those returning from high-risk areas to stay away from the office, workers world-wide are hunkering down for what might be the new normal.


The Tech Habits of Co-Workers That Drive Us Crazy

When it comes to using technology, people can be really annoying. And sometimes those people are us. 18

Management Video

Therese Tucker: From The Farm to Silicon Valley


How Toys 'R' Us Went Bankrupt


Susan Packard on Being the Only Woman in the Room