Pandemic hardship is about to get a lot worse for millions of out-of-work Americans
The door to unemployment benefits is closing for million of Americans. AP Photo/John Minchillo Jeffrey Kucik, University of Arizona and Don ...Read More
Women face motherhood penalty in STEM careers long before they actually become mothers
Women in Ph.D STEM programs say they were told they had to choose between family and career. janiecbros/E+ via Getty Images Sarah Thebaud, ...Read More
For engineers, asking for help at work is influenced by gender
Female engineers were more likely to ask for help from their female than male colleagues. alvarez/E+ via Getty Images Cristina Poleacovschi, ...Read More
Amazon to cover 100% of college tuition for U.S. hourly employees
Amazon is offering to pay the full cost of college tuition, including books and fees, for its 750,000 hourly U.S. employees. Amazon is the ...Read More
Employees are quitting, sometimes without other offers. What can companies do to retain staff?
The pandemic has forced many to reevaluate what they want out of life, and for some, that has meant leaving their jobs. For businesses looking to ...Read More
5 ways diversity and inclusion help teams perform better
High-performing teams don’t just happen. They require keen recruitment, staffing, and training strategies — all of which should focus ...Read More
Is political correctness holding back progress on diversity, equity, and inclusion?
Political correctness may lessen overt forms of bullying and workplace harassment, but without internalisation of nonprejudiced values, it may come ...Read More
College graduate starting salaries are at an all-time high—and these 10 majors earn the most
Despite a global pandemic that caused massive unemployment and slashed earnings among working-class Americans, starting ...Read More