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UAW Decision to Drop VW Vote Appeal Helps the Union Cause

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Visual Maps Use Imagery to Help Connect Personal Passions with Potential Careers

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Whether you're getting ready to graduate, choosing second career or forced into one, creating a visual map can help you plan the next steps on your job journey.

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Guns Aren’t the Only Things Killing Cops

The public does not realize — in fact, police themselves may not realize — that the dangers police officers are exposed to on a daily basis are far worse than anything on “Law and Order.”

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#UIC Scholar Available to Address Equal Pay Executive Actions by President Obama

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Obama Order Strengthens Employee Rights to Talk About Pay

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Legal Expert on Paycheck Fairness Act/Obama Executive Order, and April 9, Equal Pay Day Available for Commentary

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Work-Home Interference Contributes to Burnout

Conflicts between work and home—in both directions—are an important contributor to the risk of burnout, suggests a study in the April Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, official publication of the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ACOEM).

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Workplace Bias Against Parents Hurts Non-Parents, Too

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A new study from Rice University and UC San Diego shows that university workplace bias against scientists and engineers who use flexible work arrangements may increase employee dissatisfaction and turnover even for people who don’t have children.

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Study: 'Yes Men' Are Killing Corporate Projects

A team of researchers from the business schools at Wake Forest University, Georgia State University, and the Miami University of Ohio, determined that misreporting of project statuses, at all levels of the company, is often to blame for corporate projects failing or ballooning in cost. Everything from cultural predispositions to career aspirations motivate people to misreport, according to the study published in MIT’s Sloan Management Review.

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Northwestern Athlete Unionization Runs Far Past Gridiron

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