Ten Stories You May Have Missed…
Knowledge@Wharton will be on a holiday break until the first week of January. To tide our readers over, here’s a roundup of this year’s most popular stories.
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Top Ten from 2012
Why Good People Can’t Get Jobs: Chasing After the ‘Purple Squirrel’
Why External Hires Get Paid More, and Perform Worse, than Internal Staff
Declining Employee Loyalty: A Casualty of the New Workplace
What’s Wrong with This Picture: Kodak’s 30-year Slide into Bankruptcy
Want to Improve Customer Service? Treat Your Employees Better
Born in the USA, Made in France: How McDonald’s Succeeds in the Land of Michelin Stars
Why the Job Search Is Like ‘Throwing Paper Airplanes into the Galaxy’
What’s Driving Americans to Retire Abroad? Money — or Lack of It
Flipping the Switch: Who Is Responsible for Getting Employees to Take a Break?
The Facebook IPO: What Went Wrong?
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