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Career - 19.11.2020
Brexit: Papers, Please?
Brexit: Papers, Please?
The transition period ends on 31/12. New migration and visa legislation will be implemented that will effect mobility for employees.

Career - 19.11.2020
Managers are much more positive about flexible working and staff working from home since the pandemic - says new study
Managers are much more positive about their staff working from home and working flexibly since lockdown says a new study undertaken jointly by the Equal Parenting Project at the University of Birmingham and the Work Autonomy, Flexibility and Work-Life Balance at the University of Kent.

Career - Social Sciences - 16.11.2020

Event - Career - 14.11.2020

Campus - Career - 12.11.2020

Career - 12.11.2020
Disabled people could have greater accessibility to the legal profession due to rise in flexible working
An increase in remote and flexible working since the COVID-19 pandemic could make the legal profession more accessible for disabled people, research suggests. A survey of over 100 disabled lawyers by the Legally Disabled research team based at Cardiff University, in partnership with the Law Society of England and Wales, found working from home during the COVID-19 outbreak enabled the majority of respondents to manage their disability more effectively.

Life Sciences - Career - 09.11.2020
Four early-career researchers receive leadership grants
Brain Canada program supports paradigm-shifting neuroscience that improves the lives of Canadians Four researchers at The Neuro - Boris Bernhardt, Yasser Iturria-Medina, Jean-Francois Poulin, and Jo

Career - 06.11.2020
COVID-19 pandemic creates new causes of ’workplace’ stress
The global COVID-19 pandemic has created new causes of job-related stress that have displaced the ‘traditional' main reason for workplace anxiety - ever-increasing workloads, according to new research.

Physics - Career - 03.11.2020
Multi-million dollar funding boost for UQ researchers
Twenty one University of Queensland researchers are among 200 nationwide awarded $84 million in grants through the Discovery Early Career Researcher Awards (DECRAs) scheme.

Career - 28.10.2020
Teachers among happiest professionals
The wellbeing and mental health of teachers in England is similar to those in other professions and teachers are less likely to report feelings of 'low self-worth', according to new research from aca

Astronomy / Space Science - Career - 27.10.2020
A Major Milestone for an Underground Dark Matter Search Experiment
A Major Milestone for an Underground Dark Matter Search Experiment
Crews working on the largest U.S. experiment designed to directly detect dark matter completed a major milestone last month, and are now turning their sights toward startup after experiencing some delays due to global pandemic precautions.

Health - Career - 26.10.2020
Stanford encourages employees and retirees to review and confirm 2021 medical plan coverage
This year, the Stanford Benefits team is hosting live Benefits Information sessions on Zoom for employees and retirees.

Campus - Career - 23.10.2020

Physics - Career - 22.10.2020
Strengthening of neutron research in Garching
Strengthening of neutron research in Garching
New laboratories and workshops for the Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Zentrum Every year, up to 1,200 guest scientists from all over the world come to perform measurements at the Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Research Neutron Source (FRM II).

Media - Career - 22.10.2020
Why is progress so slow for Latinos in Hollywood?
After "One Day at a Time" was canceled by Netflix in 2019, fans launched a campaign to save the show, which follows a Cuban-American family.

Economics / Business - Career - 22.10.2020
Diversity improves among TV actors, but executives still overwhelmingly white and male
Atsushi Nishijima/Netflix The Netflix limited series "When they See Us" was one of the top-rated digital programs of the 2018-19 season.

Health - Career - 22.10.2020
Q&A: What Employee Leave Options Are Available?
UC San Diego's fall plan is continually evolving, informed by the university's Return to Learn program.

Health - Career - 21.10.2020
Michiganders with COVID-19 experienced a double whammy of prolonged illness, economic distressMichiganders with COVID-19 experienced a double whammy of prolonged illness, economic distress
Months after they first experienced COVID-19 symptoms, 1 in 4 Michigan residents with a confirmed case of coronavirus had not fully recovered from the illness, according to a joint study that seeks to document Michiganders' experiences with the novel coronavirus.

Career - Social Sciences - 21.10.2020

Career - Economics / Business - 21.10.2020
Plenty more phish: Why employees fall for scams and what companies can do about it
Preventive countermeasures to phishing emails may actually increase the likelihood of employees falling for such scams, a new academic study reveals. Protective controls, such as email proxy, anti-malware and anti-phishing technologies, can give employees a false sense of security, causing them to drop their vigilance because they incorrectly assume such measures intercept all phishing emails before they reach their inbox, a study co-organised by the University of Sussex Business School reveals.

Economics / Business - Career - 20.10.2020

Career - 16.10.2020
Chicago Booth alum launches startup to train young poll workers
Mere weeks away from Election Day, a critical element of voting in the United States remains disrupted by the pandemic: poll workers.

Campus - Career - 15.10.2020

Social Sciences - Career - 15.10.2020
For single adults and families alike, higher cost of living in all Washington counties
A single adult in Seattle needs to earn more than the state minimum wage to make ends meet - and if they have an infant, they'll need to make more than twice that: $34 an hour, according to new research from the University of Washington.

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