Are You Happy at Work? Bosses Push Weekly Polls

Are You Happy at Work? Bosses Push Weekly Polls
Some 80% of firms have conducted a survey to gauge how employees are feeling, according to data from the Society for Human Resource Management. While most of those surveys are still annual, workers and managers appear to be growing disenchanted … New …
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5 Very Smart People Who Think Artificial Intelligence Could Bring the Apocalypse
This moment, called the singularity, could create a utopia in which robots automate common forms of labor and humans relax amid bountiful resources. Or it could lead the artificial intelligence, or AI, to exterminate any creatures it views as …
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At Harvard, UN chief urges global community to confront world's existential
“For almost 15 years, the world has pursued the Millennium Development Goals,” Mr. Ban said, as he described the UN-backed efforts to reduce extreme poverty and hunger, promote education, especially for girls, fight disease and protect the environment …
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Ga. campaign seeks to hiring disabled
“Our state is in the midst of an economic recovery, but for people with developmental disabilities, finding employment can be extremely challenging,” said Kathy Keeley, executive director of All About Developmental Disabilities. AADD is calling its …
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Number crunch: how bosses try to turn you into code – Business Review Weekly

Number crunch: how bosses try to turn you into code – Business Review Weekly
Bersin's example shows some of the promise of talent analytics – where employers crunch data drawn from human resources databases and online tests to that they can recruit people who have the best chance of success, and also to make sure that people …
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Industry experts share success stories, resources in Medway
Local and state officials, business owners and representatives from regional agencies gathered at Restaurant 45 for the Economic Development Committee's inaugural business workshop to network and discuss the resources available to companies like Cybex …
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What's happening today in the north valley
893-5433. Weekly. Valene L. Smith Museum of Anthropology: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. "Infinity and Beyond: Humanity's Quest to Explore Space" draws from scientific discovery and anthropological understandings to explore the first human observations of the skies to …
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Tapping the genius of nature – News
Biomimicry Oregon's parent network, Biomimicry 3.8, is named for what practitioners consider the 3.8 billion-year-old research and development laboratory all around us. By comparison, says Biomimicry … "Every organism on the planet faces the same …
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