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NPR: Returning to the Office

Constance Hadley

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After nearly a year and a half, organizations are bringing their employees back to the office in a post-pandemic world. This call back to the workplace is seeing mixed reviews. In the US, workers state that their priorities have shifted since the pandemic leading them to seek out more flexibility and work/life balance. Constance Hadley, Lecturer in Management & Organizations, appeared on Philadelphia’s NPR affiliate, WHHY, to discuss the changing workplace.

Connie Noonan Hadley is an organizational psychologist and lecturer in the Management and Organizations Department at Boston University’s Questrom School of Business. She teaches graduate courses in topics such as teamwork, leadership, and negotiations. She holds a PhD in organizational behavior from Harvard University, an MBA in human resource and strategic management from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, and a BA in social psychology from Princeton University. Previously, she worked in the fields of management consulting at McKinsey & Company and in marketing and operations at General Mills, Inc. Dr. Hadley’s research has been published in Harvard Business Review, MIT Sloan Management Review,The Leadership Quarterly, Human Relations, and Group & Organization Management, and her work has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Wired, and other media outlets. One of her favorite extracurricular activities is serving as faculty advisor to The Internship Fund for Social Impact, a student-led initiative to support social impact internships around the world.