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  • How the office will be different for workers when they return

    While the delta variant has postponed return to office plans for many companies, workers will return at some point to a changed workplace enviroment.

  • Educators are now public health workers

    Most humans aspire to be leaders; few think deeply about the anxiety that comes with leadership. Superintendents, who lead school districts, are the public faces of their schools, which might be rewarding; yet they also provide the public with someone to blame in the event that something bad happens. Often that "bad" thing may be entirely out of their control, and yet they still must quietly suffer the public's wrath. Growing up in a home led by a school superintendent, I felt my father's burden...

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  • Unvaccinated health and care workers in England could be redeployed

    Remarks by UK care minister come amid consultation on mandatory vaccines for frontline health staffCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageHealth and care sector workers in England who decline to be fully vaccinated could be moved to back-office roles, a UK government minister has suggested, as a consultation on plans to mandate Covid-19 and flu vaccinations was launched. Related: Care home staff in England: share your experiences of vaccination Continue reading

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