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Male bosses negative toward depression
Depression, anxiety, and other forms of mental ill-health are among the most prevalent and rapidly growing categories of health problem worldwide. Stress-related mental ill-health is also the category of disorder that is increasing most among people on sick leave in advanced countries.
Explained: Political polarization
Polarization is a social phenomenon in which a population divides into belligerent groups with rigidly opposed beliefs and identities that inhibit cooperation and undermine pursuit of a common good. New research links political polarization to economic inequality.
When genetic data meets marketing, beware!
Development of cost-effective techniques for measuring the human genome has led to an exponential growth in the direct-to-consumer genetic testing. It is estimated that over 30 million customers have already taken a DNA test. What are the implications of this growth for the field of marketing?
Higher frequency of financial reporting hinders corporate innovation
A more relaxed approach to reporting requirements gives managers the space they require to focus less on short-term increments to appease shareholders, and more scope to increase expenditure on more valuable projects
Managing COVID Anxiety
Everyone in today’s uprooted world needs to find areas of their lives in which they can take charge and which will give them a sense of empowerment and enhance their sense of safety. Even for those who seem most secure, taking functional (i.e. not manipulative) control of your relationships is imperative.
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