Month: October 2023

In a world of more than 50 million Americans living with autoimmune diseases, the stories of discrimination against them are all too common. This is the tale of Julia Apodaca-Lane, a woman battling not only psoriatic arthritis but also the stigma attached to her condition. Psoriatic arthritis is a daily struggle for Julia. It comes
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Performance management is no longer limited to formal, infrequent reviews and rigid structures; it’s about fostering a culture of growth and development that emphasizes a collaborative approach. A cornerstone of modern performance management is continuous feedback, a dynamic process proven to be a game-changer that fosters ongoing, interactive dialogue between employees and their managers. A
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Prom is typically a big deal for high schoolers; a night to dress up, dance, and make lasting memories. But for Felicity Warburton, her high school prom meant even more than that. It was also an opportunity for her to send her classmates and tormentors a very clear message — “They can’t hurt her anymore.”
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In the small community of Lucasville, N.S., there’s growing concern around road safety, as mass development in recent years responds to the province’s population boom. The historic African Nova Scotian settlement, which was established nearly 200 years ago, still has descendants living there today who are feeling the congestion as the community grows around them.
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Two difficult questions for which there are no simple answers:What should the role of employers be in times of crisis?And, should organizations make public statements about macro events—those that have broad global effect on culture, politics, the economy, and workforce well-being? The latest macro event—violence in Israel and Palestine—brings these quandaries to the fore again.
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The NHL has rescinded its ban on players using stick tape to support social causes, including rainbow Pride Tape. In a message on social media, the NHL issued a statement on symbolic tape in support of social causes. “After consultation with the NHL Players’ Association and the NHL Player Inclusion Coalition, players will now have the option
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In the realm of extraordinary human stories, one that resonates with warmth, compassion, and the power of the unexpected always stands out. In the case of Nancy Ramirez and her little girl, Esmeralda, this narrative unfolds as a heartwarming testament to the kindness of strangers, the magic of television, and the miracle of a second
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