Employee overqualification has been widely considered harmful for organizations, which is why most companies tend to screen out such job applicants. Research suggests, however, that hiring overqualified employees brings benefits.
People who work in well-ventilated offices with below-average levels of indoor pollutants and carbon dioxide have significantly higher cognitive functioning scores -- in crucial areas such as responding to a crisis or developing strategy -- than those who work in offices with typical levels.
When does a big consulting service become a blockbuster? The simple answer is that it’s when it ticks the following four boxes writes Fiona Czerniawska, co-Founder of Source.