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New Study: How Many Jobs Can be Done at Home?
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New Study: How Many Jobs Can be Done at Home?

As the coronavirus pandemic has suddenly forced tens of millions of Americans to work at home, plenty  of practical issues have arisen, ranging from WiFi capacity to home schooling. But there are larger questions for society as well: How many jobs can actually be done remotely? What is the total share of wages for those […]

BY Stephen Koepp | April 2, 2020

Emotional Support: Showing Compassion for Your Workforce
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Emotional Support: Showing Compassion for Your Workforce

Most of us have become so vigilant about watching for the physical symptoms of coronavirus that we figure if we don’t have a sore throat or 104° fever, we’re OK. But we’re not, really. What we’re going through, as a daily experience, is abnormal. The global pandemic has upended our work lives, our personal lives, […]

BY Lesley Alderman | March 27, 2020

Different Is Good: How Rethink Benefits Is Blazing a Trail for Neurodiversity  
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Different Is Good: How Rethink Benefits Is Blazing a Trail for Neurodiversity  

The emotional challenges of parenting can increase stress and leave many working parents feeling drained and less productive on the job. But what about families of children with disabilities? How are they being supported in the unique challenges of raising neurodiverse children? This is where Rethink comes in. Rethink Benefits, a web-based program geared toward supporting […]

BY Mimi Hayes | March 23, 2020

Keeping Employees Engaged (and Sane) During Uncertain Times
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Keeping Employees Engaged (and Sane) During Uncertain Times

This is definitely not business as usual. No matter which industry you work in, it’s almost certain that the coronavirus pandemic and its economic aftershocks will affect your business and, more specifically, your team. Right now, it feels as though everyone is starting at the beginning and scrambling to keep up. If you’re in a […]

BY Kara Cutruzzula | March 20, 2020

How Companies Can Keep Workers Safe During the Crisis
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How Companies Can Keep Workers Safe During the Crisis

The messages from business leaders started tentatively, almost apologetically, about measures being taken “out of an abundance of caution.” Then they became a torrent, and jarringly drastic: Shut it down. Don’t travel. Work from home. Keep your distance. Stay safe! Practically overnight, it became clear that the painful prescription for halting the spread of the […]

BY Michael Stahl | March 17, 2020

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