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The US Isn't in a Second Wave of Coronavirus – the First Wave Never Ended

The virus is simply spreading into new populations or resurging in places that let down their guard too soon.

The Psychology of Being a Better Ally in the Office – and Beyond

Although white people, particularly men, are less likely to be punished for pushing anti-racism, they often shy away from it.

When Automation Sets Government Agencies Up for Failure

It's important to take the time to design a better system and workflow. 

How to Work from Home Without Hurting Your Back

Unchecked, the pain can develop into long-term musculoskeletal injuries.

Developing Resilience Is an Important Tool to Help You Deal with Coronavirus and the Surge in Cases

While some researchers suggest resilience is hard-wired into one’s personality, others say it can be learned and acquired later in life.

Five Ways Jürgen Klopp’s Leadership Style Helped Liverpool to the Top

First, he created a clear vision and identity.

Why Good People Manage Badly

A small percentage of companies have embraced alternative management systems and have thrived.

Balancing Public Health, Privacy and Security: A Guide to Contact Tracing

In reality, it is unlikely that people will elect to give up bits of their privacy.

Contact-Tracing Apps: Apple Dictating Policies to Nations Won't Help Its EU Anti-trust Probe

Apple’s approach arguably fits a wider narrative about the company being heavy-handed in determining what apps are allowed on iPhones.

How Managers Can Keep Employee Morale High Right Now

These are challenging times, but there are ways to help your staff.

Pandemic Reveals Need to Make Airwaves More Resilient

The spectrum's sweet spot—frequencies in the mid-range—can carry significant amounts of data while reaching many users but are reserved for the government.

The Questions That Will Get Me Through the Pandemic

An unexpected routine has helped me regain a sense of control during an uncertain time.

Virtual Reality Has Been Boosted by Coronavirus – Here's How to Avoid It Leading Us to Dystopia

There appears to have been a significant rise in VR offerings this year, aiming to deliver safe, accessible experiences during the pandemic.

The Death of the Open-Plan Office? Not Quite, but a Revolution is in the Air

The open-plan office will have to evolve, though, finding its true purpose as a collaborative work space augmented by remote work.