Uganda urgently needs help to stop the Ebola outbreak in its tracks

In the same week President Biden declared the COVID-19 pandemic over, the threat of another infectious disease outbreak loomed large. On September 20, new cases of Ebola confirmed arising from a relatively rare strain of Ebolavirus were confirmed in Uganda. As of September 29, there have been 35 confirmed cases and seven confirmed deaths–with many … Read more

Your boss is ordering you back to the office even though they have no idea if COVID is really over

Labor Day marked the end of the total work-from-home era for many US workers, with companies including Apple, Comcast, and Peloton demanding a return to the office after the long holiday weekend. The unspoken premise behind the edict was that the COVID pandemic as we know it is over—or at least a shadow of what … Read more

As cost-cutting kicks in, here are the benefits employers are protecting—and the ones they are axing

As companies increasingly turn to cost reductions as inflation and an uncertain economy persist, that includes trimming down certain employee benefits. For some insight, I had a conversation with Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., president and CEO of SHRM, the Society for Human Resource Management. In an economic downturn, historically, companies would cut their training and … Read more

To meet the pace of change, we need to meet in person

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CDC urges parents to be vigilant for jaundice as reported cases of acute hepatitis in children mount

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