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Providing employees greater autonomy in when and where they work helps enhance the positive effects of interruptions. No doubt it’s happened to you, in your dynamic work environment. You’re in the middle of some task at work, focused.…
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It very well may be that the costs to employee well-being actually significantly diminish, perhaps even negate, the supposed financial gains surveillance seems to promise. In some Chinese elementary schools, students wear attention-monitoring…
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Woefully unprepared countries, governments, and healthcare systems during this pandemic are struggling with a profound tension.