The Framing Effect, a behavioral economics principle, demonstrates how the way information is presented or framed can significantly influence decision-making and perceptions. Utilizing the Framing Effect in employee messaging involves strategically shaping the context and framing of information to influence employee attitudes, behaviors, and
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