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How do you know it’s time to retire?

There are a multitude of reasons why someone may delay retirement. Maybe they have inadequate savings, they find meaning and fulfillment in their jobs, or their identities are entwined with their profession. People may also choose to hang on to their work because

Heavener School of Business Arch Way

Rankings Roundup: How Warrington Performed in 2023-2024

Over the 2023-2024 academic year, the Warrington College of Business achieved many top rankings from well-known publications like U.S. News & World Report, Financial Times, and Fortune. These accolades affirm the college’s excellence in student quality, alumni success, educational fortitude,

Amir Erez

The Ripple Effects of Rudeness

A single act of rudeness at work can do a lot more harm than managers might realize, according to University of Florida research. Not only can a supervisor’s or peer’s insensitive or disrespectful behavior hurt the work performance of a

Heng Xu and Nan Zhang

To hire the right job candidate, humans and machines should clear up this simple miscommunication

Nearly every Fortune 500 company now uses some form of artificial intelligence to help them hire the best talent by screening resumes or analyzing test performance. But these AI hiring tools are probably spitting out worse candidates than hiring managers

Klodiana Lanaj and Daniel Kim

Rude at work? Feeling guilty can make you a better, kinder worker.

We’ve all done it. A bad night’s sleep or a tough commute made us cranky, and we lashed out at a coworker who did nothing wrong. What can we do to make up for it? According to a new study

Amanda Phalin

UF experts weigh in on Olympics economy and tourism

The 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games will take place from July 26 to August 11 in Paris and will be the largest event ever organized in France, according to the International Olympic Committee. With event organizers anticipating a $7.3B economic

Klodiana Lanaj

Management faculty named 2024 UF Research Foundation Professor

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Klodiana Lanaj, Martin L. Schaffel Professor in the Department of Management, is among the 34 University of Florida professors honored as the most productive and promising faculty named UF Research Foundation (UFRF) Professors for 2024. The recognition

Mo Wang

These Couples Survived a Lot. Then Came Retirement.

Research from Mo Wang, Associate Dean, Lanzillotti-McKethan Eminent Scholar and retirement expert, informs this story about life after work bringing an unexpected set of challenges for many relationships. Read more in this story from The New York Times Magazine. 

Brian Swider

Land Your Dream Job: Research Reveals the Top 4 Tips Proven to Get Results

Research insights from Beth Ayers McCague Family Fellowship Associate Professor Brian Swider inform this story that shares 4 science-backed tricks to landing a new job faster.  Read the tips in this story from Women’s World. 

Klodiana Lanaj

University of Florida management professor awarded for significant scholarly achievement by premier organization

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Klodiana Lanaj, Martin L. Schaffel Professor, is the latest recipient of the Academy of Management Organizational Behavior Division’s Cummings Early to Mid-Career Scholarly Achievement Award, which recognizes scholarly achievement of an early- to mid-career scholar. Lanaj is