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Keeping Employees Engaged When Everything Is Changing
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Keeping Employees Engaged When Everything Is Changing

In recent months, the rhythms and structures of work life have been, well, deconstructed. Employees fortunate enough to have a job will be working from their kitchen tables for the foreseeable future, adding pressure to working families with children. Career development seems hazy at best for many employees, especially those unsure about how their roles […]

BY Mimi Hayes | July 2, 2020

How Internships Are Being Reinvented During the Pandemic
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How Internships Are Being Reinvented During the Pandemic

On the path from school to a career, internships are often pivotal experiences. They give students access to on-the-job experience, networking opportunities, and mentorships that can propel them into their future careers. But what happens to internships during a global pandemic, when so many workplaces are closed? How can fresh talent get their feet in […]

BY Mimi Hayes | June 30, 2020

The Workplace Web: Helping Employees Stay Connected and Involved
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The Workplace Web: Helping Employees Stay Connected and Involved

Especially for remote workers, quality communication is king these days. Most of us don’t have the luxury of popping our heads around our computers to ask our coworkers a question or pause at the snack bar to update them on the coming and goings of our lives. Instead, we turn to our screens, and our colleagues behind […]

BY Mimi Hayes | June 29, 2020

Is Facebook a Media Company? That’s Not Up to Mark Zuckerberg
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Is Facebook a Media Company? That’s Not Up to Mark Zuckerberg

Editor’s note: this story was originally published on Techonomy.com Facebook is facing, finally, the historic moment that many of its critics, including me, have long expected. Its true customers–advertisers–are saying Facebook cannot continue to pretend to be “neutral” about dishonest and hateful speech. The resulting societal harm is too great. That opinion had already become […]

BY David Kirkpatrick | June 26, 2020

Why Juneteenth Swiftly Became a Corporate Holiday
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Why Juneteenth Swiftly Became a Corporate Holiday

Spring 2020 will be remembered in corporate circles as a whirlwind of change, with exhausting and exciting pivots by big business. Difficult conversations connected to brand identity and race were being held in the boardrooms of many corporations as weeks of Black Lives Matter protests unfolded. One of the most intriguing outcomes from those conversations […]

BY Michelle Jackson | June 19, 2020

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