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Management Department Articles for '2012'

Stress may not be as connected to work as you thought

September 14, 2012

Genetics, not work environment, may be to blame for work stress, job satisfaction and health problems according to Management Professor Tim Judge’s research featured in this Fox 28 article.
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Feeling Stressed by Your Job? Don’t Blame Your Employer, Study Shows

September 14, 2012

Tim Judge, professor of management, is quoted in this ScienceDaily article about how work stress could be because of your genes and not your employer.
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Feeling stressed by your job? Don’t blame your employer, study shows

September 13, 2012

Work stress, job satisfaction and health problems due to high stress have more to do with genes than you might think, according to research by Timothy Judge, professor of management.
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ND Expert: A democracy cannot exist without a post office

August 10, 2012

The U.S. Postal Service is vital and will have to become smaller, more efficient and more self-reliant in order to survive.
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U.S. Postal Service Posts Quarterly Loss of $5.2 Billion

August 10, 2012

Management Professor Jim O’Rourke about the U.S. Postal Service’s quarterly loss and what needs to happen to get Congress help the agency.
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Many businesses seek favor among LGBT customers

August 4, 2012

In this Los Angeles Times article, Management Professor Jim O’Rourke is quoted about companies stating separating personal feelings from company policy.
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Weak economy breeds more co-worker rivalry

July 25, 2012

Management Professor Tim Judge is quoted in this MSNBC article about how the best athletes are also the most competitive employees.
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Emotional Fitness: Ambition might not be so good for you

July 7, 2012

This Ventura County Star article discusses Management Professor Tim Judge’s research about how some ambitious people may not lead more successful lives.
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Health IT expert says electronic medical records finally catching on

June 19, 2012

Management Professor Corey Angst is quoted in this Medicalxpress.com article about his research on electronic medical records improving health care and cost efficiencies.
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Health IT expert: Electronic medical records finally catching on with policymakers -- and Olympians

June 18, 2012

Electronic medical records could greatly improve health care and cost efficiencies, says Angst, even though national adoption faces some significant obstacles.
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