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  Yes, layoffs are bad for your brand

Vardit Landsman; Stefan Stremersch While many companies are considering or already implementing mass layoffs as a result of the current global economic crisis, research finds the negative impact on a brand can be serious. Time to check in with the marketing department. Read article

  The Big Picture: Teleworking, the new normal?

IESE Insight How did salaried professionals who had never worked from home before react to the experience during the coronavirus lockdowns? Do you see yourself in the results of these surveys? How might your work culture change as a result? Read article

  Benchwarming or bias? Do coaches in the NBA discriminate based on race?

Massimo Maoret; Gokhan Ertug Recent research suggested that basketball coaches in the NBA were more likely to assign playing time to players of their own race. But Massimo Maoret and Gokhan Ertug found that the bias evaporated when a common strategy called "resting the starters" was factored in. Read article

  Emergency plan to counter the youth unemployment crisis

Maria Luisa Blazquez; Roger Masclans; Jordi Canals Some 83% of large companies in Spain have trouble filling their local job vacancies because they aren't finding the required competencies in candidates. That's according to a new report by María Luisa Blázquez, Roger Masclans and Jordi Canals. Read article

  How to plan an orderly return to work

Philip Muller; Joan Fontrodona As lockdowns are lifted, companies are getting back to their businesses riddled with uncertainty. Drawing from experiences after natural disasters and terrorist attacks, Joan Fontrodona and Philip Muller offer a series of guidelines to organize "operation return." Read article

  Show them you CARE: managing people in times of crisis

IESE Insight How can leaders and HR professionals mobilize people for common goals when everyone is feeling anxious and working from home? To make remote work feel less remote, IESE's Anneloes Raes presents her CARE model to help manage people well amid a crisis. Read article

  How kindness culture can elevate your business

William Baker Successful companies all share a commitment to three principles: abundance, long-term relationships and regard for others. How well does your company encourage the growth and development of its employees, and then celebrate their accomplishments? Read article

  Thomas Leubner: "Giving back to society keeps me motivated"

IESE Insight How can companies use education and training opportunities to keep their workforce up to date while also furthering social aims? Thomas Leubner, Siemens' Head of Global Learning and Education based in Munich, explains how his company does it. Read article

  Keys to telecommuting during, and after, the lockdown

IESE Insight Working from home during the lockdown is stressful for more than 40% of Spaniards surveyed. In this unusual situation, Mireia Las Heras offers advice for getting organized and managing both your team and your boss -- now and after the crisis ends. Read article

  6 pointers when managing virtual teams

IESE Insight Sebastian Reiche, professor of Managing People in Organizations at IESE, believes remote work from home can be just as effective as being in the office -- if you keep these extra considerations in mind. Read article
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