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2024 Employee Appreciation Day Guide: Activities, Gifts, And Quotes To Celebrate Your Employees

Wellable

National Employee Appreciation Day is the perfect time to go the extra mile in expressing gratitude for employees. Explore ways to celebrate, gift ideas, and inspirational quotes that will elevate any card. The post 2024 Employee Appreciation Day Guide: Activities, Gifts, And Quotes To Celebrate Your Employees appeared first on Wellable.

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Embracing older workers: A hiring pool of experience and expertise

Insperity

In the landscape of the American workforce, a remarkable shift is underway. Older workers, individuals aged 65 and older, are emerging as one of the fastest-growing segments of the workforce. Contrary to conventional retirement norms, age 65 no longer signifies an automatic exit from professional life for many Americans. Instead, seniors are choosing to remain engaged, contributing their wealth of experience, expertise and wisdom to various industries and organizations.

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Grounded Wellbeing Sees Unique Benefits to The Receptionist for iPad

The Receptionist

Ryan Devane (he/him), LCSW started Grounded Wellbeing , a gender-affirming psychotherapy practice offering traditional psychotherapy, gender-affirming support, transformation coaching, and more, to all individuals located in Atlanta, GA. It quickly grew and became a group practice in 2023. Grounded Wellbeing believes in the power of healing within the community and works towards providing a brave and affirming space for its clients to explore current challenges.

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Wellness Champions 101: The Key To Optimizing Employee Wellness Programs

Wellable

The secret behind the best wellness programs? Wellness champions. Learn how to integrate these champions for boosted engagement and improved health outcomes. The post Wellness Champions 101: The Key To Optimizing Employee Wellness Programs appeared first on Wellable.

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SubdoMailing Exposé: Massive Domain Hijacking Campaign Used for Ad Fraud, Malvertising, Phishing Emails

Spiceworks

Researchers at Guardio Labs have discovered a massive email ad fraud campaign based on thousands of hijacked domains and subdomains. Threat actors are carrying out SPF-hijacking to bypass spam security by leveraging legitimate domains to send millions of emails for malvertising and click scams for at least 16 months. The post SubdoMailing Exposé: Massive Domain Hijacking Campaign Used for Ad Fraud, Malvertising, Phishing Emails appeared first on Spiceworks.

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How Psychiatrists Responded to the Launch of Our New ECT Survey

Mad in America

The Joys of Announcing a Survey Launch on Social Media O nline surveys are increasingly being used as a legitimate research tool. This article discusses their strengths and weaknesses. It was prompted, in part, by events on social media last month. On January 17 th three ECT recipients and three psychologists, including myself, launched the first-ever international online survey for ECT recipients and their families , 1 which will be open for at least three more months.

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Navigating HR challenges: Strategies for success in times of inflation

Insperity

Explore how HR leaders can tackle inflation challenges with compensation review, talent retention, cost optimization and more.

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Why Prioritizing Human Element is Crucial for Smart Manufacturing

Spiceworks

Discover why prioritizing workers is key to success in adopting Industry 4.0 technologies. The post Why Prioritizing Human Element is Crucial for Smart Manufacturing appeared first on Spiceworks.

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Is Madness an Evolved Signal? Justin Garson on Strategy Versus Dysfunction

Mad in America

J ustin Garson is a Professor of Philosophy at Hunter College and The Graduate Center, City University of New York, and a contributor for Psychology Today and Aeon. He writes on the philosophy of madness, the evolution of the mind and purpose in nature. His most recent book is Madness: A Philosophical Exploration , published by Oxford University Press in 2022.

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How generative AI can help banks manage risk and compliance

McKensey

In the next five years, generative AI could fundamentally change financial institutions’ risk management by automating, accelerating, and enhancing everything from compliance to climate risk control.

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Australia Proposes ‘Right To Disconnect’ To Protect Work-Life Balance

Wellable

Australia introduced the ‘Right to Disconnect’ legislation, setting a global standard for work-life balance. Explore implications and next steps for employers. The post Australia Proposes ‘Right To Disconnect’ To Protect Work-Life Balance appeared first on Wellable.

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People who don’t work at a desk feel much less loved than those who do

Workplace Insight

The UK’s ‘deskless’ workers feel considerably less valued at work than their desk-based colleagues. Just 43 per cent of UK deskless workers admit to feeling seen, valued and appreciated compared to 61 per cent of desk-based corporate employees. These are the findings from O.C. Tanner’s 2024 Global Culture Report which have been released to coincide with Employee Appreciation Day (1 March 2024).

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U.S. Pharmacies Face Nationwide Cyberattack

Spiceworks

Pharmacies across the U.S. reported problems meeting prescription requirements following a cyberattack against a major healthcare technology provider, UnitedHealth. Find out about the incident and its impact on healthcare orders and payments. The post U.S. Pharmacies Face Nationwide Cyberattack appeared first on Spiceworks.

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Post-Acute Withdrawal Syndrome (PAWS): How the Last Step to Recovery Became the Final Step in Life

Mad in America

Editor’s Note: This interview of Anniek Lemmens by Mad in the Netherlands’ Monique Timmermans first appeared on Mad in the Netherlands on February 24, 2024. I‘m happy to see Anniek, 40 years old, again. She looks more fragile than she did last spring, and I can see that she is suffering. When I hug her, I can feel our nervous systems connect with a sigh of relief.

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The potential benefits of AI for healthcare in Canada

McKensey

Integrating AI into Canadian healthcare could help simplify administrative work; improve system management, care quality, and patient and staff experience; and boost affordability via lower spending.

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No regrets: 5 strategies to get clear about what you want in life

Work Life

Bonnie Wan is head of brand strategy for the storied ad agency Goodby and Silverstein. Below, Wan shares five key insights from her new book, The Life Brief: A Playbook for No-Regrets Living. Listen to the audio version—read by Wan herself—in the Next Big Idea App. 1. Start practicing; stop planning. The Life Brief is a practice for getting clear about what you want.

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Quarter of people have now used or tried AI in the workplace

Workplace Insight

A new report from the Workforce Lab at Slack sets out to explore how office-based workers think about artificial intelligence and how they are using it in their jobs. The poll of 10,000 people suggests that the adoption of AI tools in the workplace accelerated by 24 percent over the last quarter, with one in four office-based workers reporting they have tried out the tech for work as of January 2024, compared with one in five as of September 2023.

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The Best of MWC Barcelona 2024: A Recap of the Noteworthy Tech From the Event

Spiceworks

Techies unveiled groundbreaking innovation in the halls of the Fira Gran Via during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The annual conference is a staging ground for the latest innovations from mobile vendors, IT companies, networking and telecom providers, and others to reveal new devices, forge partnerships, and more. Check out Spiceworks News & Insights’ top highlights from MWC Barcelona 2024.

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The Psychiatrist Who Got Hooked on Antidepressants — Now, He Helps Others to Quit

Mad in America

From The Times : “In 2019 Horowitz and Professor David Taylor, the director of pharmacy and pathology at the Maudsley Hospital in London (who went through his own ‘strange and frightening and torturous’ withdrawal), co-authored an article in the Lancet Psychiatry journal arguing that tapering should happen far more slowly than official guidelines suggested.

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It’s cool to be kind: The value of empathy at work

McKensey

Hybrid work. Talent shortages. Polarizing politics. Building a culture is tougher than ever. Recent research reveals the difference empathy can make—as well as how to develop it in your workplace.

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Why you should send a cover letter every time you apply for a job—even if it’s not required

Work Life

Not all job applications require cover letters. You can imagine which kinds of industries care about them (anything that involves written communications like law, publishing, marketing) and those that don’t (science and tech). However, even if a cover letter isn’t required, it can be in your interest to include one. Especially if it’s good.

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What do we need offices for anyway? The Greeks had a word for it

Workplace Insight

The Greek word anagnorisis describes the sense of having just caught up with a truth that was always waiting for you. It’s a common literary and artistic device found in the plots of everything from Oedipus Rex to Macbeth, Star Wars and Fight Club, but it’s also a word that conveys a useful, complex idea that does not have an adequate English version.

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Rethink and Recognize This National Employee Appreciation Day

Spiceworks

This National Employee Appreciation Day, learn why prioritizing employee experience is necessary for a successful business. The post Rethink and Recognize This National Employee Appreciation Day appeared first on Spiceworks.

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Sweet Dreams Do Come True in Casa Kumwesu, an Ice Cream-Themed Airbnb in Texas

Success

Husband-wife duo Jessica Serna and Ismail Mpiana want their influence to extend beyond social media to reality. At Casa Kumwesu, their Waco, Texas-based vacation home that’s available for rent, the couple wants to share their love for the Lone Star State—specifically their love of Texas ice cream—with visitors from various parts of the world. Travelers visiting Waco can book a stay at their whimsical ice cream-themed Airbnb , which accommodates eight guests, features vibrant ice cream-inspired d

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Winning in the European automotive industry: A micromarket approach

McKensey

The automotive ecosystem will become more competitive. Micromarket insights that allow automotive players in Europe to sharpen and tailor their strategies can be a competitive advantage.

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Do I really need to send a thank-you note after an interview?

Work Life

Welcome to “Pressing Questions,” Fast Company’s mini advice column. Twice a week, deputy editor Kathleen Davis, host of The New Way We Work podcast, will answer the biggest and most pressing workplace questions in less than one minute. Q: Do I really need to send a thank-you note after an interview?A: You don’t need to, but you absolutely should.Don’t worry about mailing a handwritten note on a fancy card (although doesn’t that sound lovely?).

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We need to talk about loneliness

Workplace Insight

Last year the World Health Organization (WHO) declared that loneliness is a pressing global health threat. Research has shown that it poses the same health risk as 15 cigarettes a day. According to the ONS, between January and February 2024, one in four adults in the UK reported feeling lonely. The government estimates the cost of severe loneliness per person is roughly £10,000 per year as a result of its impact on wellbeing, health and productivity.

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The End of Reboots? Microsoft Testing Hotpatch to Update Windows 11 Without Disruptions

Spiceworks

Microsoft is testing hotpatch, a new feature to eliminate the hassles in updating Windows 11 – system reboots. Hotpatch should be a welcome addition for all Windows 11 users who have held off applying security updates, which exposes them to cybersecurity risks. Find out when Microsoft will roll out hotpatch. The post The End of Reboots? Microsoft Testing Hotpatch to Update Windows 11 Without Disruptions appeared first on Spiceworks.

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Landlords Need Reimagined Properties And Hospitality-Infused Amenities To Lure Tenants

All Work

Landlords are redesigning office spaces with hospitality-inspired amenities and biophilic design elements to attract tenants in a market where office space demand is projected to decline. Health and wellness initiatives are increasingly integrated into workplace design, offering tenants communal, relaxing spaces and access to nature to enhance productivity and well-being.

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The culture compass: Using early insights to guide integration planning

McKensey

The huge impact of culture on M&A performance means that culture should be factored into integration planning from the start. We recommend focusing on five cultural attributes.