Words matter: How to reduce gender bias with word choice

In the workplace, even subtle differences in language choice can influence the perception of gender for better or worse. These choices fall into two main categories: minimizing the role of gender by using gender-neutral terms ...

Tackling workplace bullying

Workplace bullying has always been a problem but recognition of this problem and how we must stand up to it and try to eradicate it from the workplace culture has only come to the fore in recent years. A conceptual review ...

Study finds an unexpected upside to imposter syndrome

Even many successful people harbor what is commonly called impostor syndrome, a sense of being secretly unworthy and not as capable as others think. First posited by psychologists in 1978, it is often assumed to be a debilitating ...

New research suggests tattoos are not a turnoff for customers

Thinking of getting a tattoo but worried about consequences on the job? Maybe you shouldn't be so concerned: New research from Rice University and the University of Houston finds that customers don't necessarily look down ...

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