The pandemic and focus on racial justice in 2020 may end up transforming the workplace for good, one expert says. He also has tips for the "new normal."
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Research on CEOs with uncommon names shows they tend to pursue unorthodox strategies. It's all about how a name shapes the way people see themselves.
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New big-data research connects "underwater" mortgages from the 2007-08 recession with people's stagnant earnings and inability to move.
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When employees display photos of their friends and family at work, they're less likely to engage in fraud or unethical behavior, researchers say.
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In a new study, Black women with natural hairstyles were seen as less professional and offered fewer job interviews than women with straightened hair.
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"...measuring the impact of stay-at-home orders on epidemic growth offers evidence for current and future COVID-19 control and containment measures."
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One in seven people in the US say they worry about paying rent. An expert digs in to how COVID-19 has made the housing crisis worse, and how to fix it.
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There's no pandemic "silver bullet", but COVID-19 testing, contact tracing, masks, and vaccine development are key to going back to school or the office.
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During the COVID-19 pandemic understanding why teachers quit is more important than ever. Here are some things schools can do to keep them on board.
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