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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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How can you boost your local revenue?

By Zlati Meyer That lovely Instagram shoutout could save a small business from shuttering this year Few things put more smiles on the faces of small-business owners than social media...

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3 Simple Ways to Stop Being a Perfectionist and Be More Productive

By Tanya Dalton “Now is a time to be aggressively imperfect.” As a self-diagnosed “recovering perfectionist” I know the pain and struggle that comes with a perfectionist mentality, especially right...

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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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Performance Reviews Management

By Maelle Gavet It’s time to rethink work for the COVID-19 era—performance management is the first step I’m a huge fan of formal performance reviews. In my 10 years leading...

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6 Playlists to Power Through Your Workday

By Doug Aamoth I have a problem: I can’t engage in even the most minute amount of busywork without listening to music. However, said music can not, under any circumstances,...

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People Can’t Get Enough

By Gwen Moran People can’t get enough of these online classes right now Online learning is having a moment. With stay-at-home orders lingering for months, some of the leaders in...

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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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