Management

Why more companies are standing up on social issues

From the war in Ukraine to anti-LGBTQ+ legislation in Florida, companies are increasingly speaking out on social issues. Wharton management professor Stephanie Creary explains why silence is no longer golden for firms.

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Drivers in the gig economy

Lindsey Cameron, assistant professor of management at Wharton School, discusses key findings from her research on how drivers in the gig economy create ‘workplace games’ to find control and meaning in their work.

From Wharton Stories

How employees can become better organizational citizens

A new Wharton paper on employee culture proves that both supervisors and peers can be powerful agents of change when they are allowed to intervene at different times of the change process.

From Knowledge at Wharton

Bad bosses: What’s wrong with labor algorithms

Wharton’s Lindsey Cameron discusses why policymakers and labor leaders contend that algorithms that allow companies to monitor an employee’s every move are unfair and dangerous.

From Knowledge at Wharton



In the News


The Washington Post

What your future office could look like—if you even need to be there

Peter Cappelli of the Wharton School comments on changes in the workplace that will make office space look different as well.

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The Washington Post

Hating hybrid work? Here’s how to make it less painful

Stew Friedman of the Wharton School is featured in a story about the changing way in how, when, and where people work.

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