Research Articles: page 2

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Building resiliency at work through self-compassion

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – As the world begins its third year of the COVID-19 pandemic, several challenges continue to hinder us from returning to a world of normalcy. From new variants to global supply chain interruptions to rising inflation, these disruptions

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How to be a good coworker

Enjoying your job stems from more than just the work you do. Anyone who’s experienced having a great coworker or having a not-so-great coworker can attest to how critical it is to have positive relationships with the people you spend

Mo Wang

Research aims to create fairness in AI-assisted hiring systems

Mo Wang, Lanzillotti-McKethan Eminent Scholar, Director of the Human Resource Research Center and Chair of the Management Department, is in the early stages of a research project looking at how to design trustworthy, transparent and fair AI-assisted hiring systems –

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Warrington and UF health sciences partner on workshop focused on tackling bias in data science

As our world continues to embrace artificial intelligence (AI) and the many benefits it brings to society, like faster decision making, prediction and digital assistance, we must also recognize its challenges. One challenge congruent across disciplines is recognizing the inherent

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Taking the Over on the Office Market

Sports gamblers will be familiar with the concept of “taking the over” or “taking the under.” For any game, the “market,” or group of all betters, will establish the most likely total number of points that will be scored. Individual

Emre Demirezen

Going green — or greenwashing?

As secondhand clothing sales surge to all-time highs, new research from Assistant Professor Emre Demirezen has identified which resale strategy is best for the environment — and the bottom line. Read what resale strategy is best in this story from

Yang Yang

‘Tuition myopia’ may negatively impact students’ financial future, study finds

Choosing more expensive colleges may seem like an unwise financial decision considering a large student debt burden after graduation. However, new research from JCPenney Assistant Professor Yang Yang suggests that avoiding such colleges can lead to bigger financial problems in

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UF Bergstrom Center launches Due Diligence magazine

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The University of Florida Kelley A. Bergstrom Real Estate Center has launched Due Diligence, a print and digital magazine featuring Florida’s most relevant commercial real estate research. Due Diligence is a product of the Bergstrom Center’s Applied

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Want to increase your team’s performance? Gender diversity could be beneficial

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Many of us have heard the famous adage ‘teamwork makes the dreamwork’ from leadership author John Maxwell, but what is the key to actually making a team work? New research from the University of Florida Warrington College

Gary McGill and David Ling

Some rich people will love at least one sweetener in Democrats’ $3.5 trillion plan

While liberal lawmakers look for ways to raise taxes on the rich to finance their US$3.5 trillion spending package, some House Democrats are aiming to lower them. Specifically, several Democrats from high-tax states such as New York and New Jersey