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How fertility became a workplace perk

How fertility became a workplace perk

“Employees who utilize policies that enable them to spend more time away from work – such as parental leave and remote work – often worry that they will be perceived as less devoted to their job,” [Dr. Lauren Kuykendall] says. “When offering these policies, organizations must also create a climate in which employees are not fearful of their utilization.”

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Three ways that data may be deceiving you

Three ways that data may be deceiving you

However, the problem is that data sets are not infallible. Specifically, the presentation of data in the form of visualizations shouldn’t be considered as undeniable truth. Numbers can lie as well, and poorly done visualizations can easily mislead readers.

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Dalal & Kaplan studying adaptive interventions for emotion regulation in the workplace

Dalal & Kaplan studying adaptive interventions for emotion regulation in the workplace

Reeshad Dalal, Professor, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and Seth Kaplan, Professor, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, are conducting two studies in which participants will repeatedly be randomly (re-)assigned to different cognitively focused emotion reappraisal interventions or to no intervention (control condition) over the course of several work weeks.

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University Announces 2020 Winter Graduation

University Announces 2020 Winter Graduation

All 2020 graduates, from spring, summer, and fall, are invited to participate in George Mason University’s 2020 Winter Graduation on Thursday, December 17, at 2:00 pm, on GMU-TV. Following the ceremony, CHSS graduates are invited to join the college for its own festivities.

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