ARTICLES WITH TAG: Employment

TOP RESEARCH How Emotional Intelligence impacts your salary
Leadership

How Emotional Intelligence impacts your salary

by Aarti Ramaswami

Do social smarts set you apart? Prof. Aarti Ramaswami shares insights on how emotional intelligence impacts salary and career prospects.

TOP RESEARCH Shedding Light on the Shadow Economy: what trade-offs should governments make?
Economy & Finance

Shedding Light on the Shadow Economy: what trade-offs should governments make?

by Cristina Terra

Cristina Terra, Professor of Economics at ESSEC Business School, shares her research into the effects of regulations and policies on the informal economy and points the world’s governments towards a dilemma: should the shadow economy be tolerated after all?

Optimizing your international experience for career success
Education

Optimizing your international experience for career success

by Aarti Ramaswami

Aarti Ramaswami, Associate Professor of Management at ESSEC Business School and Academic Director of the ESSEC Global MBA, shares a video on how to make the most of international work experiences to boost your career

who still needs French unions?
Economy & Finance

who still needs French unions?

by Radu Vranceanu

The dynamics of French unionism and the recent tensions between French unions and the government related to proposed changes in the French labour law can be understood more accurately from an appropriate historical perspective.

A 10 step guide to negotiating a job offer
Strategy

A 10 step guide to negotiating a job offer

by Aurélien Colson

As part of the new IRENE case study series, negotiation expert Aurélien Colson (Professor at ESSEC Business School and IRENE Director) identifies key steps to successfully negotiating a new job offer.

TOP RESEARCH Making the Most out of an International Career
Leadership

Making the Most out of an International Career

by Jean-Luc Cerdin

A growing number of qualified employees are migrating to a new country to advance their careers. Human resource managers need to understand the differences between them, and the factors that will contribute to their success.

The Old Girls Club: Gender Quotas and Women as Role Models
Sustainability

The Old Girls Club: Gender Quotas and Women as Role Models

by Junko Takagi

Men have a multitude of role models in upper-level positions to choose from in terms of designing their career paths. Women, on the other hand, have a much harder time identifying useful role models

TOP RESEARCH Do minimum wages increase unemployment?
Economy & Finance

Do minimum wages increase unemployment?

by Florin Aftalion

A legislative tug of war is taking place in the United States between unions and restaurant owners on a background of economic theory dispute.

TOP RESEARCH Are you cut out for life as an expatriate?
Leadership

Are you cut out for life as an expatriate?

by Jean-Luc Cerdin

Before you book that flight, you might want to consider this new research.