Future Forum examined employee and manager perspectives on productivity, sense of belonging, and preferred ways of working. A survey of 10,818 knowledge workers in the U.S., Australia, France, Germany, Japan, and the U.K. was conducted from January 27, 2022 – February 21, 2022. Key findings include: Full-time in-office workers posted 2x as steep a decline … Continue reading Inflexible Return-to-Office Policies are Harming the Employee Experience
Author(s), Title and Publication Banghart, S., Etter, M., & Stohl, C. (2018). Organizational boundary regulation through social media policies. Management Communication Quarterly, 32(3), 337-373. doi.org/10.1177/0893318918766405 Summary With advances in communication technology, concerns over boundaries between work and home are becoming more pervasive, and the boundaries are less distinct. From a communication perspective, chief among these … Continue reading Organizational Boundary Regulation through Social Media Policies
Gallicano, Tiffany D., Brett, Kevin, & Hopp, Toby (2013). Is ghost blogging like speechwriting? A survey of practitioners about the ethics of ghost blogging. Public Relations Journal, 7(3), 1-41. Summary Although online practices such as astroturfing have been established as unethical, considerable debate exists in the public relations community about whether organizational ghost blogging is … Continue reading Is Ghost Blogging Like Speechwriting? A Survey of Practitioners About the Ethics of Ghost Blogging
DiStaso, Marcia Watson (2012). Measuring public relations Wikipedia engagement: How bright is the rule? Public Relations Journal, 6(2), 1-22. Wikipedia has become almost a staple in society, and its prominence in search engines and frequency of use make it a very powerful website. This study explores the views, experiences and beliefs of public relations/communications professionals … Continue reading Measuring public relations Wikipedia engagement: How bright is the rule?