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Hybrid work best practices, cognitive fog

Stanford's Nicholas Bloom on how to make hybrid work arrangements successful, and the latest news on the economy, executive pay, Amazon, worker job descriptions, and tips for managing yourself and others.

Hybrid work best practices, cognitive fog

Vacation-palooza, where leadership fails Black workers, rats return

Anticipating a vacation crush this summer, a look at race and the return to workplace, and other updates to help you manage yourself, your team, and your organization.

Vacation-palooza, where leadership fails Black workers, rats return

The problem with resumes, overwork, crying with colleagues

Removing bias from hiring and opening up job opportunities to people who might not traditionally have had access to them are critical parts of resetting how organizations operate.

The problem with resumes, overwork, crying with colleagues

Reset: Compensation myths, March Madness, vocal naps

A look at research related to how pay is decided, and what could make that more fair. Plus a speed round of what businesses are planning for the return to the office.

Reset: Compensation myths, March Madness, vocal naps

How to design hybrid offices, employers providing vaccines, lockdown weight gain

How offices should be configured, given flexible and hybrid work approaches, still largely lacks definition. Meanwhile, even if companies won’t require vaccination, they can still help their employees with it.

How to design hybrid offices, employers providing vaccines, lockdown weight gain

What comes after survival mode, the case for walking, a place called Remote

It’s time to be deliberate about what comes after the survival mode many of us have been in. The success of our team leaders over the next 12 months will determine all of our success at work and—to a greater degree than we might like to admit—our happiness at work and outside of it.

What comes after survival mode, the case for walking, a place called Remote

Reset: A coming “cleanup phase,” the science of Zoom fatigue, working from bed

Frances Frei and Anne Morriss, authors of a 2020 book called Unleashed, shared thoughts on how to build trust at work amid this crisis.

Reset: A coming “cleanup phase,” the science of Zoom fatigue, working from bed

Reset: Tactics for fighting burnout, the cost of virtual-first, year two of Zoom fashion

A data scientist on how to address burnout and communications challenges, and a look at the financial cost of going "virtual first."

Reset: Tactics for fighting burnout, the cost of virtual-first, year two of Zoom fashion

Reset: Hybrid work plans and loneliness, Norway pressures US boards, an 8pm restaurant cutoff

An interview with economist Noreena Hertz, and a look at how some real-estate companies are already back at the office.

Reset: Hybrid work plans and loneliness, Norway pressures US boards, an 8pm restaurant cutoff

Reset: Creativity in the Zoom era, WFA to replace WFH, handwashing declines

Almost a year later, what do we really know about how to manage remote work better? And how can we best prepare for the hybrid work arrangements that many businesses are anticipating post-pandemic?

Reset: Creativity in the Zoom era, WFA to replace WFH, handwashing declines