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Multinational enterprises are struggling to retain many of the employees they send abroad on international assignments. (Shutterstock)

How companies can improve the retention of employees returning from abroad

Multinational enterprises are facing a high rate of repatriate turnover from employees returning back home from international assignments.
Could AI be your next colleague – or replacement? PhonlamaiPhoto/iStock via Getty Images

AI and the future of work: 5 experts on what ChatGPT, DALL-E and other AI tools mean for artists and knowledge workers

Now that AI systems can generate realistic images and convincing prose, are creative and knowledge workers endangered or poised for productivity gains? A panel of experts says it’s not so clear-cut.
Coffee shops can be a “third space” – not home or the office – where remote or gig workers can go to feel less isolated. Granger Wootz/Tetra images via Getty Images

Working in isolation can pose mental health challenges – here’s what anyone can learn from how gig workers have adapted

Gig workers navigate the challenges of solo work by seeking out relationships and cultivating skills to cope with emotional turbulence
Workers take on side hustles not just for the money, but also to compensate for limited control in their traditional jobs. Jeff Greenberg via Universal Images Group/Getty Images

Americans are taking more control over their work lives – because they have to

‘Career portfolioing’ is a trend where people assemble different sources of income, such as side gigs, to give them a measure of independence from employers who provide little job security.
Gender diversity on company boards of directors has been improving over the years, but it still has a long way to go. (Shutterstock)

Gender diversity on corporate boards can improve organizational performance

Men and women both offer unique, valuable contributions to company boards. To reap these benefits, organizations should continue to increase gender diversity.
Mansplaining isn’t just a social media phenomenon — it permeates beyond the virtual realm to affect people in their working lives. (Shutterstock)

Well, actually: Mansplaining is a problem in the workplace

People who experience mansplaining suffer lower organizational commitment and job satisfaction, and higher turnover intention, emotional exhaustion and psychological distress.
Elon Musk’s cold, impersonal approach to management treats employees like cogs in a machine instead of human beings. (Patrick Pleul/Pool via AP)

Elon Musk’s archaic management style prioritizes profit over people

If Elon Musk’s aggressive management style proves to be successful for Twitter, it could result in other business leaders following suit and turning to unhealthy leadership practices.
The Ontario Assembly on Workplace Democracy examined how everyday people experience work and what they want done to make work better and their voices heard. (Shutterstock)

What do workers want? 5 key takeaways from the first citizens’ assembly on workplace democracy

Improving the ability for worker’s voices and perspectives to be heard in the workplace could have wide ranging benefits for employers and broader society at large.
Employees and supervisors are more likely to rate their job satisfaction high while working remotely compared to when working in-person. (Shutterstock)

Working one day a week in person might be the key to happier, more productive employees

In this new world of hybrid work, managers need to create working conditions that build and maintain interpersonal connections, while allowing for both high productivity and superior job satisfaction.

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