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Are Workplace Wellness Dollars Well Spent?

A recent study published in the Industrial Relations Journal, involving 46,336 workers in 233 organizations, compared participants in a variety of workplace wellbeing initiatives (e.g., resilience training, mindfulness, and well-being apps)

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Making High-Impact Decisions

In The Art of Clear Thinking, Air Force pilot, Hasard Lee, offers decision-making principles to be used in business and life, based on his own experiences with high-impact and split-second

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Modern Workweek

A September piece from TED Radio Hour, Monday-Friday, offers ideas on a range of topics relevant to the modern workplace–including the four day workweek and the illusion of “working hard”

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Human Value

In The Awakened Brain, author and psychologist, Lisa Miller, speaks to Barry-Wehmiller Chairman and CEO Bob Chapman’s observations of fulfillment and value in the workplace: Yet the vast majority of

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Cybersecurity

SHRM recently released a free cybersecurity resource kit to help businesses better understand cybersecurity recruitment and talent, as well as addressing how to build a cybersecurity team. What are you

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Music to My Ears

In her terrific new book, This is What it Sounds Like, sound engineer, neuroscientist, and music expert Susan Rodgers breaks down precisely why we like the music we like. In

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Quiet Quitting

All the talk of quiet quitting suggests this level of employee disengagement is new, prompted perhaps by the soul searching employees did relative to the pandemic. Not the case, argues

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