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What It Looks Like When Architects Build a Future of Work Space for Themselves
Architecture firm Perkins Eastman designed its new Pittsburgh studio to be ‘a real time experiment in the future of work.’By Michelle Peng April 20, 2022
Abbott Elementary Returns With Lessons for Our Own Workplaces
ABC comedy Abbott Elementary is back Tuesday 22nd at 9pm ET. Here's what the show has to teach us about our own careers and workplace relationships.By Michelle Peng March 22, 2022
What Gen Z Digital Nomads Can Teach Us About Community in a Remote World
Gen Z is taking advantage of remote work policies to become digital nomads rather than putting down roots in a community. Will the lifestyle make them more lonely?By Michelle Peng March 9, 2022
What Is Impostor Syndrome, and Is It All Bad?
A new study from MIT indicates that a surprising symptom of impostor syndrome might be helping you at work.By Michelle Peng March 2, 2022
5 Ways to Fix Office Air and Get Workers Back
Since moving to its new office a year ago, Windsor Federal Savings, a Connecticut-based bank, hasn’t had a single instance of Covid transmission through the workplace, even with staff back on both hybrid and full-time...By Michelle Peng February 17, 2022
Eileen Gu Didn't Have to Choose Between China and the U.S. I Wasn't So Lucky.
Eileen Gu defies gravity. As an Olympian freestyle skier, her runs feature dizzying sets of jumps, flips, and tricks. What feels even more gravity-defying to me is her seeming ability to effortlessly float between her...By Michelle Peng February 15, 2022
Four Ways To Fix Performance Reviews for Caregivers
As anyone with school-aged children knows, the Omicron wave has left many parents scrambling, with schools and daycares closing and government support largely dried up. And now, with performance reviews around the corner, many working...By Michelle Peng January 20, 2022
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