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Redefining Work

Why 'What Do You Do?' Is the Wrong Question to Ask

Ann Cinzar | Posted 02.08.2015 | Parents
Ann Cinzar

"I work from home" provides no information. "Nothing," while tempting, belies the truth. "I work for my husband," makes me feel like I've set the feminist movement back 60 years and I'm riding shotgun with Betty Draper.

Today's Employees No Longer Look Like Don Draper, So Why is Work Still Designed for Him?

Lindsey Trimble O'Connor | Posted 01.23.2014 | College
Lindsey Trimble O'Connor

To recruit and retain the best people for the job, companies need to catch up with the changing realities of today's workforce.

The Chopping Block Paradox: Why Companies Cut Programs They Can't Afford to Lose

Lori Nishiura Mackenzie | Posted 01.23.2014 | College
Lori Nishiura Mackenzie

Companies' choices about what to put on the chopping block reveal a resistance to change that is rooted not in economic necessity, but in outdated mores, habits and assumptions. The workplaces that will prove the most successful five, ten or twenty years from now aren't the ones that deal with economic crisis by pretending it's 1950.