Managers who abuse their employees may be suffering from a perceptual bias.
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About 1 in 7 workers say their managers are abusive, whether it involves ridicule or a failure to provide credit when it’s due.
In this November 2019 photo, Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, stands beside her husband at a Remembrance Day ceremony. She’s among high-profile women to go public with her miscarriage.
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Employees who have suffered a miscarriage or stillbirth are more likely to quit their jobs and suffer from impaired work performance. Pregnancy loss is not just a personal issue, but a workplace issue.
Until entertainment industries can turn the lights back on, companies should follow strict crisis response strategies.
Companies ought to take this time to take stock of and imagine different possible scenarios and to collaborate with their key people.
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Boris Johnson fails on six scores of inspiring leadership.
Nearly all medical product recalls are voluntarily issued by firms, instead of mandated by the FDA.
Every year, thousands of medical devices and drugs are recalled in the US. But the decision to recall a flawed product is often left up to the manufacturer.
Politics are creating divides in the office.
The midterm elections have put America’s political divide front and center, increasingly invading the work space and stressing out employees.