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The painful collision between work life and pregnancy loss

Jennifer Dimoff, L’Université d’Ottawa/University of Ottawa; Jacquelyn Brady, San José State University, and Stephanie Gilbert, Cape Breton University “It is with broken hearts that we...

How TikTok is upending workplace social media policies – and giving...

Elizabeth C. Tippett, University of Oregon As the Thanksgiving holiday was winding down, a medical center in Salem, Oregon, found itself in the middle of...

Your dog’s nose knows no bounds – and neither does its...

Ellen Furlong, Illinois Wesleyan University I have discovered one positive amid the pandemic: I love working with two dogs at my feet. As someone who studies...

Five workplace trends will shape life after lockdown

Dave Cook, UCL We are experiencing the biggest remote work experiment in history – but many are beginning to imagine life after lockdown. Amid unprecedented...

Why having fewer OSHA inspectors matters

David Weil, Brandeis University CC BY-NDIn many industries, such as construction, transportation, warehousing and health care, the workplace is dangerous. In 2018 alone, 5,250 workers...

New federal sick leave law – who’s eligible, who’s not and...

Elizabeth C. Tippett, University of Oregon On March 18, President Donald Trump signed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act into law. The legislation is an emergency...

Why having fewer OSHA inspectors matters

David Weil, Brandeis University CC BY-NDIn many industries, such as construction, transportation, warehousing and health care, the workplace is dangerous. In 2018 alone, 5,250 workers...

US workplaces are nowhere near ready to contain a coronavirus outbreak

Karen Scott, Massachusetts Institute of Technology The new coronavirus has spread rapidly around the globe since its discovery late last year in China. It has...

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