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Politics in the Office

With the upcoming presidential election, and a variety of polarizing topics in the news, perhaps it should come as no surprise that surveys indicate up to 84% of employees discuss

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Cup Half Empty

In November, on Starbucks’ annual Red Cup Day, Starbucks workers staged a strike at over 200 stores, highlighting poor working conditions, staffing and scheduling issues, and stalled contract negotiations. Red

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One Step Forward, Two Steps Back.

In October, Harvard professor, Claudia Goldin, won the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for her research on female employment and contributions to understanding women’s progress in the workforce, including

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More Corporate Controversy

After political assaults on the likes of Bud Light, Target, and others, conservative stalwart Chick-fil-a is one of the latest companies to become subject to politically charged backlash after rolling

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