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The new shareholder proposals are urging companies to disclose an unfiltered — and probably unflattering — statistic about discrepancies in pay between male and female employees.

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REI’s Stritzke, Intel’s Krzanich and the shrinking margin of error for CEO behavior

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How the looming chance of another shutdown can feel like the real thing for federal workers

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A quick, visual meme-worthy moment has become one of the most powerful -- if risky -- ways for leaders to burnish their image and send a message, even if an unintentional one.

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What Harvard research tells us about Trump's 60 percent 'executive time.'

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Whatever you call it -- the Budweiser Flu, the Super Bowl Fever -- workplace productivity is expected to take a $4 billion hit

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BuzzFeed decided to pay out earned time off to laid off workers. Avoiding that expense is one reason companies have shifted to unlimited vacation.

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A Howard Schultz’s 2020 run could bring ‘otherworldly’ scrutiny to Starbucks

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Federal workers and their managers will swiftly move from a netherworld of political chaos and confusion to a different sort of crisis: piles of work and high emotions.

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Research shows when there were at least two women being considered for a job, the odds of one of them getting hired went way up. How that will play out in a presidential race that already has more women than ever is unclear.

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More than a dozen other executives are taking pay cuts to keep furloughed contractors on board.

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The four-day workweek may sound like a professional paradise, but it also comes with plenty of challenges. Four small-business owners share what worked — and what didn't — when they made the switch.

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New research explains how stereotypes may make it hard for female leaders to use humor in certain situations on the job

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A new report reinforces a problem the #MeToo movement is probably making worse: People feel more comfortable mentoring people of their own demographic.

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Email's demise will continue at work, and family leave for those without new children may become more common.

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Some are traditional management-shelf business books, while others are memoirs, biographies of Washington leaders or thoughtful analyses of the skills needed in the workplace today. Below, 10 books to consider for your reading list in 2019.

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Ellison and Kathleen Wilson-Thompson will fill two new independent board seats required by a settlement with the SEC

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The author of a new book on behavior change talks about “habit stacking,” “temptation bundling,” and why identity matters when it comes to making new habits and breaking bad ones.

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No Grinch here: FloraCraft’s bonus will be paid out 25 percent in cash and 75 percent through a 401(k) contribution over two years

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A survey of attendees at Yale School of Management's CEO Summit found executives critical of the president's negotiating style and leadership on national security.

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