Brian Elliott, a presenter at MIT SMR’s Work/23 symposium, answers questions about going hybrid.
Andrew Barnes, a presenter at MIT SMR’s Work/23 symposium, answers questions about reducing the length of the workweek.
Microsoft’s Work Trend Index survey reveals a high level of burnout among employees, but there are ways to mitigate it.
Dawn Klinghoffer and Katie Kirkpatrick-Husk
Three recent books on workplace sexism and racism highlight concrete actions leaders can take to support diversity.
Experiments show that four-day workweeks can help companies trim costs, retain employees, and boost worker well-being.
A new wave of clinical research on promising uses for psychedelic drugs points to potential opportunities for business.
Alyson Meister, Kaja Oppegaard, Eric Grotefeld, and Cyril Bouquet
Businesses emerging from the pandemic must balance efficiency, effectiveness, and quality of life to enable growth.
Robert Hooijberg and Michael Watkins
Recent research suggests companies should consider offering a four-day workweek to help attract and retain employees.
Leaders can improve remote employees’ well-being and productivity by helping them structure their workdays better.
Shaun Subel, Martin Stepanek, and Thomas Roulet
Policies for unlimited or mandatory time off that aim to combat burnout and boost employee retention can backfire.
Zahira Jaser and Thomas Roulet
The practices of astronauts offer a model for successfully adapting to remote and hybrid work.