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Team Psychology: Why Managers Should Encourage Silly Questions

In some way or other we’re all part of a team. However, in a work context teams often just happen. They also evolve over time: people join, people leave, and occasionally someone will get the team together and try to “build” it into something better. … read more

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Why You Need to Prioritize Vacation Time This Summer

Taken together, current circumstances can be a toxic brew: worldwide disruption, loss of revenue, job losses, displacement of youth from school, social media-fueled communication, and then high-impact social movements cresting amidst all this. Of course, the potential for a psychological toll is high. It’s been a lot to contend with, regardless of one’s personality. … read more

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The Importance of Candidate Experience and Culture for Hourly Workers

This pandemic has not been easy on anyone. The U.S. Census Bureau recently found that more than one third of U.S. adults report symptoms of anxiety, depression, or both. The American Psychology Association found more than 80% of Americans find the future of the U.S. a significant source of stress. I have no doubt these feelings are shared around the globe. Hourly workers are no exception. What are employers doing about it? … read more

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Personality Unleashed: The Manager’s Return to Work

Over the last few months many have been continuing to do their jobs, but doing them from home. This has been a nightmare for some but a revelation for others. Now of course we’re entering a time when the workplace is coming back: a welcome return to “normality” for all those who’ve been having sleepless nights. … read more

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