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Billionaire Richard Branson: 3 reasons you should let your employees work remotely

Posted by MIT Sloan Executive Education - 9 days ago

MIT Sloan Executive Education in the News

Contrary to popular belief, part-time employees and remote workers still have high productivity and engagement levels, according to Richard Branson. And our own Peter Hirst, Associate Dean of Executive Education, agrees. Hirst saw these results first hand after implementing a flexible work policy here at MIT Sloan. He tells CNBC Make It that this work redesign created motivated and fulfilled employees "who are passionate about what they're doing." Read the article on CNBC.com.


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When is it OK to use another job offer to get a raise?

Posted by MIT Sloan Executive Education - 1 month and 2 days ago

MIT Sloan Executive Education in the News

Jared Curhan, MIt Sloan Associate Professor of Work and Organization Studies, explains why it’s important to avoid a “you versus me” mentality when using another job offer to negotiate a raise and other lessons from his course, Negotiation for Executives. Read more on MagnifyMoney. Curhan leads the Executive Education program, Negotation for Executives.

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