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Why “Flexibility” May be the Least Helpful Thing Companies Can Offer Working Parents Right Now

By Ainsley Harris Companies have piled on the perks for parents who are working from home during the pandemic. They should have been focused on systemic change. Over Labor Day...

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5 Common Mistakes Managers Make — According to Their Workers

By Marcel Schwantes Check your ego at the door. Over the past five years, I have conducted several workplace surveys to get to the bottom of what mistakes managers make more...

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Does Loneliness Impact Work?

By Stephanie Vozza How managers can help employees handle loneliness and isolation As we enter month seven of the pandemic, social distancing has taken its toll, and more people report...

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10 Reopening Actions to Protect Your Employees

By Ted Knutson The recommendations are based on best practices established by the Safe Actions for Employee Returns (SAFER) Task Force, created by the Council in the wake of the...

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COVID-19 Mental Health Toll

By Renee Schneider I’m a psychologist. Here’s how employers can help workers get through this pandemic While everyone should take responsibility for their mental health, there’s a host of things...

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Plan for a Safe Reopening

By Kevin J. Ryan How You Can Plan for a Safe Reopening Here's what small businesses and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration recommend when you're planning to reopen your...

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Eco-Friendly Offices: The Green Features Employees Desire

By Human Network Contributor Over 50% of offices don’t employ eco-friendly features.US offices score an average of 2.1/5 for eco-friendliness.Most sought-after green office features are eco-friendly designs and architecture (73%).26%...

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