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Audrey Gelman Is Stepping Down As CEO of The Wing
In an email to staff, Gelman called her decision “the best way to bring The Wing along into a long overdue era of change.”
Here Are the CDC’s Guidelines for Reopening Offices
Say good-bye to communal snacks, for one.
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Now You Can Have Awkward Office Interactions at Home
Virtual offices will let you enjoy small talk and stilted run-ins with your co-workers, only everyone has a panda avatar.
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I Miss the Distraction of the Office
The last thing I thought I’d be longing for.
Applying for Unemployment Is My New Full-Time Job
I’ve called hundreds of times this week. I haven’t spoken to a human yet.
What Would a General Strike Even Look Like?
Activists have started calling for one as working conditions become more dire.
Exploitation Is Still Rampant in NYC Nail Salons
Manicurists in the city lose an average of $181 per week owing to wage theft, according to a new study.
What If Office-Holiday-Party Hookups Are Actually Great?
Forget the conventional wisdom. Here’s a couple whose sloppy office hookup ended in marriage.
It’s Not Just You, Everyone’s Been Less Productive Since the Election
A survey found that 29 percent of people said their productivity had tanked since the election.
3 Lessons Companies Can Learn From Google’s Diversity Travails
As a new article shows, Google hasn’t made much progress on the diversity front. Other companies can learn from the search giant’s errors.
If You’re a Good Employee and Your Boss Still Bullies You, This Could Be Why
Bosses who bully high-performing employees may be motivated by different factors than ones who bully low-performing ones.
How Do You Manage an Out-of-Control, Self-Destructive Boss Like Donald Trump?
If Trump is your boss, you’ve got a few options — but none of them is great.
Don’t Let ‘Completion Bias’ Derail You at Work
We derive great satisfaction from checking items off our to-do list — but there’s also a downside.
Explaining the Implicit Quota on Women Executives
A quiet sense of “that’s enough” seems to take hold within a company once a woman gets to the top.
Do Companies Really Need ‘Chief Behavioral Officers’?
There could be benefits to spreading the wisdom around instead of trusting it to one specific executive.
The Case for Talking Things Out With Your Mean Boss
The importance of being on the same page, even when that page is negative.
America Still Isn’t Totally Cool With Lady-Bosses
Though we are certainly making progress.
Networking Is Literally Disgusting
But if you don’t do it, your work performance may suffer, says a new paper.
Anxious Job Applicants May Benefit From Tougher Interviewers
Asking for Advice Makes You Seem
Competent, Not Less
Get over your misplaced fear of seeking help.
Nurses Who Care the Most Burn Out Fastest
A drive to help others can backfire.
Companies With Diverse Boards Take Fewer Reckless Risks
In diverse groups, it’s harder to come to quick decisions — and that can be a good thing.
Work Smarter: Speak Vaguely to Seem More Powerful
New research helps explain some of the magic of corporate-speak.
You Have No Idea What Your Co-workers Really Think of You
Do your colleagues see you as too pushy, or a total pushover?
It Pays to Be Overconfident, Even When You Have No Idea What You’re Doing
There’s very little downside to acting like you run the place.