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It’s not just you – work during COVID-19 has got much harder

The pandemic has seriously altered how we work. According to statistics published by the International Labour Organization (ILO) in September 2020, US$35 trillion (£26 trillion) has...

Businesses will need to up their game when new data privacy rules come to New Zealand

Most people these days are aware that what they share online is both valuable and vulnerable. Data privacy has become a major concern for...

Denmark to cull its mink population over coronavirus mutation fears

The Danish government has ordered the cull of the nation’s entire farmed mink herd to stop the spread of SARS-CoV-2 after the scientists found a mutated...

Experts weigh in on what Biden presidency means for race relations, US foreign policy, and the Supreme Court

The American public has had its say and for the first time in a generation denied a sitting president a second term. President Donald Trump’s...

How voting works for Americans overseas

As early voting continues ahead of the US elections on November 3, many Americans are waiting in long lines to cast their ballots across...

Is the way we consume news bad for our health?

Humans are curious and social creatures by nature. The news helps us make sense of the world around us and connects us with our local, national...

Is reaching zero coronavirus cases possible?

Most scientists agree that stringent control measures, involving efficient contact tracing, testing and isolation, together with social distancing and mask wearing, are required to...

Opinion: #Manifestation – some businesses use this new age spirituality to hold employees accountable

Manifestation is the latest viral trend on social media, presented as a way to create – or physically manifest – your own reality through...

What is a ‘manel’ and what to do about them

Despite making up half the world’s population, women’s voices continue to be underrepresented and excluded in public discussions, forums and panels. The frequency of these...

Do social media algorithms erode our ability to make decisions freely?

Have you ever watched a video or movie because YouTube or Netflix recommended it to you? Or added a friend on Facebook from the...

Generations of workplace progress for women could be lost to COVID-19 pandemic– here’s how companies can prevent that

American women have made strides in the workplace over the past half-century in terms of earnings, employment and careers – in no small part thanks to...

How businesses need to get creative in times of crisis

Walk around any town or city this autumn and you will find a range of shuttered businesses next door to others which have continued...

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