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United Kingdom

Chris Taylor

Mental health in the workplace, saved by bots and apps?

30 Nov 2020

NEW YORK We are all familiar with the challenges of 2020, but we may still be underestimating how deep and wide they go.

Second Acts: A career change roadmap in challenging times

20 Nov 2020

NEW YORK Judie Saunders had her Second Act all planned out.

Good guys: How men can be allies to women at work

17 Nov 2020

NEW YORK Are you a "good" guy? Or do you just think you are?

Party at work like it's 2020: How to celebrate the holidays virtually

11 Nov 2020

NEW YORK It may be a remote memory, but the workplace party is back for the holidays. While some companies throw up their hands at the thought, others are planning to celebrate like it's 2020 - in virtual worlds.

Are critical illness insurance policies right for you?

04 Nov 2020

NEW YORK - It is annual enrollment time for company benefits in the United States, and for many employees, the process can be as perplexing as deciphering ancient cuneiform tablets.

Juggling act: Tips for balancing remote work and home life in 2020

27 Oct 2020

NEW YORK - Any remote worker can tell you how office demands have invaded the home in 2020 and started creeping into every corner of the day.

Juggling act: Tips for balancing remote work and home life in 2020

27 Oct 2020

NEW YORK - Any remote worker can tell you how office demands have invaded the home in 2020 and started creeping into every corner of the day.

For workers, 'digital upskilling' puts tech trends on fast-forward

22 Oct 2020

NEW YORK - This year has taught us a lot of things, but here is one major 2020 lesson: Tech skills are a virtual necessity.

Welcome aboard, sort of: How to start a new job in 2020

19 Oct 2020

NEW YORK - Sometimes Cara Tocci feels like she is living in an underground bunker in a very strange world, like a character from the television series "Lost."

Battle-Tested: Using military principles to keep retirees healthy

16 Oct 2020

NEW YORK - Paul Bricker has dealt with enemies before, but never quite like this.

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