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Philadelphia’s minimum wage has been stuck at $7.25 an hour since...

Michael O'Bryan, Drexel University and Alicia Atkinson, Drexel University In Philadelphia, the poorest big city in the U.S., the...

Job hunting: why taking regular breaks is vital for your well-being...

Serge da Motta Veiga, Neoma Business School In many activities in life, including studying, working, or even job hunting,...

How workplaces can create more inclusive environments for employees with deafness...

David C Baldridge, Oregon State University; Brent John Lyons, York University, Canada; Camellia Bryan, University of Toronto, and Liu-Qin Yang, Portland State...

Smashing the ‘concrete ceiling’: Black women are still missing from corporate...

Oludolapo Makinde, University of British Columbia While white women may speak of breaking through the “glass ceiling,” for...

Workplace tensions: How and when bystanders can make a difference

Sandy Hershcovis, University of Calgary; Brianna Barker Caza, University of North Carolina – Greensboro; Ivana Vranjes, Tilburg University, and Zhanna Lyubykh, Simon...

Fossil fuel workers have the skills to succeed in green jobs,...

Morgan R. Frank, University of Pittsburgh and Junghyun Lim, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill As the U.S....

Should you be friends with your co-workers? Here’s what the research says

Stephen Friedman, York University, Canada In my teens and twenties, I didn’t think much about how important it was...

The Federal Reserve and the art of navigating a soft landing...

Christopher Decker, University of Nebraska Omaha With inflation easing and the U.S. economy cooling, is the Federal Reserve done...

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