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Career - Event - 04.03.2020

Economics / Business - Career - 02.03.2020
Fathers in the Workplace Toolkit launched to help organisations better support working fathers
Researchers from the University of Birmingham have launched a " Fathers in the Workplace Toolkit ", to help organisations be more inclusive of fathers and support them to balance their work and parenting roles, which will be launched today in the House of Commons.

Economics / Business - Career - 02.03.2020

Career - 28.02.2020
Research sheds light on injustices faced by LGBT asylum claimants
Research sheds light on injustices faced by LGBT asylum claimants
Sussex research sheds light on injustices faced by LGBT asylum claimants A team of researchers in the School of Law, Politics and Sociology are working on a project to report on the often harrowing e

Event - Career - 27.02.2020
President Reif testifies before Congress on U.S. competitiveness
"To stay ahead, the U.S. needs to do more to capitalize on our own strengths," he tells representatives.

Career - 24.02.2020
Theft and extortion common experiences, say seafarers
Theft and extortion common experiences, say seafarers
Seafarers have spoken of the pressures caused by corrupt practices when they arrive at some ports. “It causes a lot of discomfort and it causes enough discomfort for grown men to shed tears.

Economics / Business - Career - 20.02.2020

Economics / Business - Career - 18.02.2020

Social Sciences - Career - 14.02.2020

Administration - Career - 14.02.2020
Outside analysis shows University of Minnesota competitive on administrative spending
An external review of the University of Minnesota's administrative costs showed the University to be around the median of its peers in almost all measures, and in some cases among the leaders in a wide variety of categories related to investment in mission-focused activities and staff.

Economics / Business - Career - 10.02.2020
Link between teachers’ financial anxiety and job performance
Even in a city where they earn well above the national average, San Francisco teachers experience greater economic stress than U.S. workers more generally, according to a Stanford-led study.

Career - Economics / Business - 10.02.2020
Place-based tax incentives stimulate employment in remote regions
A place-based payroll tax incentive can be effective in stimulating employment in remote and underdeveloped regions, helping to address regional inequalities, according to a new UCL and University of Oslo study. The study, published in the Journal of Public Economics, examined the effect of a tax reform in Norway that harmonised payroll tax rates across regions.

Career - Social Sciences - 30.01.2020

Career - Economics / Business - 30.01.2020
U-M report finds gaps in access to career and technical education programs
U-M report finds gaps in access to career and technical education programs
A new University of Michigan report detailing access to career and technical education programs in Michigan has found that while CTE courses are popular among high school students, there's a gap in access to them.

Economics / Business - Career - 30.01.2020

Career - Economics / Business - 28.01.2020

Career - Economics / Business - 28.01.2020

Career - Economics / Business - 27.01.2020

Career - 27.01.2020
More teachers reporting mental health problems
One in 20 teachers in England are reporting a long-lasting mental health problem and their wellbeing has not improved over the past three decades, according to a new UCL study.

Career - 24.01.2020
Reveals the everyday barriers facing disabled lawyers
Disabled people working in the legal profession face a culture and practices that hamper efforts to build successful careers, a study concludes.

Social Sciences - Career - 24.01.2020
Faculty Senate discusses sexual violence on campus
The Stanford Faculty Senate on Thursday discussed a wide range of topics related to sexual violence and sexual harassment on campus, with presentations by Provost Persis Drell and by three students representing the Associated Students of Stanford University.

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