Princeton study: 6 reasons why you engage in risky COVID-19 behaviors—and how to avoid them

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A new Lancet article highlights the 6 “behavioral pitfalls” (aka dependably crappy judgements) that might kill us all, and how to avoid them. For many of us, the behaviors to avoid COVID-19 are at our disposal: handwashing, physical distancing, self-isolation, mask wearing. But . . . we’re humans, which means that we screw it up. In psychology-speak, adherence is our weak link. A new Lancet article highlights the six “behavioral pitfalls” (aka dependably crappy judgements) that might kill us all, and how to avoid them: Read Full Story

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3 reasons why every employee is supported by parental benefits

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Cleo’s CEO says, “Smart companies are getting creative and making hard decisions about how to invest in working parents to save themselves from the unattractive alternative.” Collective grievances for Zoom happy hours and subpar home offices have taken a backseat as our at-home work lives shifted from temporary to seemingly permanent routines. While the first six months of our “new normal” brought coworkers together to share in the challenges of remote work, there is a growing divide between parents and nonparents in the workplace that can’t be ignored. What may have started as quiet murmurings of “special treatment” for parents has turned into a full-fledged and public strife between the two groups. Read Full Story

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