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Career - Environment - 22.11.2022
Four ERC Starting Grants for KU Leuven researchers
Four ERC Starting Grants for KU Leuven researchers
The European Research Council (ERC) has awarded its Starting Grants. Among this year's recipients are literary scholar Nśria Codina Solą, engineer Benjamin Gorissen, bioscience engineer Koenraad Van Meerbeek, and chemical engineer Xing Yang.

Research Management - Career - 22.11.2022

Career - Social Sciences - 22.11.2022
University celebrates Living Wage Week
Employers and employees have celebrated #LivingWageWeek in Wales by marking Cardiff's journey towards becoming a Living Wage City.

Innovation - Career - 21.11.2022
Automation drives income inequality
Automation drives income inequality
New data suggest most of the growth in the wage gap since 1980 comes from automation displacing less-educated workers.

Career - 18.11.2022
Johns Hopkins expands staff winter holiday break
Johns Hopkins expands staff winter holiday break
Beginning this year, employees at Johns Hopkins University, Maryland's largest private employer, will receive two extra paid holidays to make it a six-day paid winter break, part of the university's new commitment to flexible work arrangements.

Economics / Business - Career - 17.11.2022

Economics / Business - Career - 17.11.2022

Research Management - Career - 15.11.2022

Career - Law - 15.11.2022

Career - Sport - 11.11.2022
Study highlights open goal of using sport to tackle youth unemployment
Study highlights open goal of using sport to tackle youth unemployment
New research shows how targeted sport for employability programmes in under-served communities are playing a key role in the face of the cost-of-living crisis.

Career - 10.11.2022
Road collisions more likely for takeaway delivery riders working in the gig economy
Road collisions more likely for takeaway delivery riders working in the gig economy
Motorcyclists delivering hot food who pick up jobs through digital platforms are more likely to be in a collision where their bike is damaged or someone is injured than those directly employed by restaurants, finds research by UCL. Freelance delivery riders are also more likely to report that time pressure from their employer means they are more likely to speed (56% versus 39%) or ride through red lights (21% versus 12%).

Career - Economics / Business - 09.11.2022

Career - 08.11.2022
Germany's happiness level has risen slightly
Germany’s happiness level has risen slightly
Bernd Raffelhüschen from the University of Freiburg presents the "SKL Glücksatlas 2022" ("SKL Happiness Atlas 2022") Freiburg, Nov 08, 2022 Life satisfaction in Germany has increased only slightly after last year's Corona-related low, and new crises are putting the brakes on the recovery.

Career - 08.11.2022
De urgentie van het faciliteren van thuiswerken door grensarbeiders
In het ITEM Cross-Border Impact Assessment 2021 zijn de fiscale en sociale gevolgen van thuiswerken door grensarbeiders in het thuiswerkdossier nader bekeken.

Career - 08.11.2022
The urgency of facilitating working from home by cross-border workers
The ITEM Cross-Border Impact Assessment 2021 took a closer look at the tax and social security implications of homeworking by cross-border workers in the homeworking dossier.

Astronomy / Space Science - Career - 04.11.2022
As Psyche Mission Moves Forward, NASA Responds to Independent Review
As Psyche Mission Moves Forward, NASA Responds to Independent Review
The mission is moving forward as previously announced, and NASA will incorporate recommendations from the board to ensure its success.

Career - Innovation - 03.11.2022
The ’last mile’ from credentials to employment
Digital Credentials Consortium's new report explores barriers to adoption. Academic digital credentials - the cryptographically verifiable assertion that an individual holds a degree, certificate, or other credential - have been available for the better part of a decade.

Health - Career - 02.11.2022
Lessons from the corona crisis
The covid pandemic brought pressure to bear on many things. Neurology professor Karin Faber and assistant professor of Healthcare Management Daan Westra look back on a turbulent time.

Social Sciences - Career - 02.11.2022
Resilience in Times of Forced Displacement: The Interlinkage between Social Protection and Right to Work
Resilience is a fascinating word. According to the Oxford Dictionary , it is "the ability of people or things to recover quickly after something unpleasant".

Career - Economics / Business - 01.11.2022

Career - Innovation - 01.11.2022

Career - 31.10.2022
Science communication: integral part of academic duties
Scientists need to engage with society to conduct societally relevant research. Of course! But not during working hours.

Astronomy / Space Science - Career - 28.10.2022
Freigeist Fellowship for Exploration of the Early Universe
What did the Universe look like more than 12 billion years ago when the first galaxies were forming? To tackle this early cosmic epoch a new junior research group started work this October at Heidelberg University's Institute for Theoretical Physics.

Career - Campus - 27.10.2022

Career - Campus - 27.10.2022

Health - Career - 26.10.2022
Women healthcare workers faced heightened moral distress during pandemic: study
New research highlights the challenges women healthcare providers (HCPs) experienced during the COVID-19 pandemic which contributed to heightened moral distress, providing insights into ongoing professional burnout. Moral distress is defined as the experience of knowing the ethically right action to take but being systemically constrained from taking that action.

Career - Social Sciences - 24.10.2022
Landmark study calls for greater respect for teachers
Landmark study calls for greater respect for teachers
The Australian Teachers' Perceptions of their Work Report 2022 is a comprehensive national survey of more than 5000 teachers nation-wide.

Administration - Career - 21.10.2022