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5 strategies employers can use to address workplace mental health issues

Many workers are stressed out. Symphonie/The Image Bank via Getty Images Patricia L. Haynes, University of Arizona COVID-19 has inflicted a ...

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Americans are returning to the labor force at a quickening rate – do they just really need the work?

Plenty of places hiring, and more people looking for jobs. AP Photo/Nam Y. Hu Christopher Decker, University of Nebraska Omaha The U.S. economy ...

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New evidence of discrimination against Black coaches in the NFL since 2018

Eric Bieniemy, who has been the Kansas City Chiefs’ offensive coordinator since 2018, has reportedly interviewed for 14 head-coaching jobs. ...

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Building machines that work for everyone – how diversity of test subjects is a technology blind spot, and what to do about it

Without a diverse range of test subjects, some new technologies could fail to work as intended for many people. John Paul Van Wert/Rank ...

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Bad managers, burnout and health fears: Why record numbers of hospitality workers are quitting the industry for good

Dealing with customers every day can put significant stress on hospitality workers. AP Photo/Mark Lennihan Andrew Moreo, Florida International ...

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Women Earn More Under Female Presidents, Study Shows

Women make up about a third of college and university presidents and 44 percent of provosts. Their institutions employ more women, in higher ...

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The omicron variant is deepening severe staffing shortages in medical laboratories across the US

Thousands of physicians throughout the U.S. rely daily on the critical data provided to them by medical labs. xavierarnau/E+ via Getty ...

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More than 1 million fewer students are in college. Here's how that impacts the economy

More than 1 million fewer students are enrolled in college now than before the pandemic began. According to new data released Thursday, U.S. colleges ...

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