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Gen Zers are more inclined than past generations to establish their own ventures.
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UBC research shows how staying in touch can have big benefits for both employees and employers.
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Envious bosses potentially target stand-out employees with a reputation for creativity.
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Narratives often blame the housing affordability crisis on foreign home ownership.
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People tend to show greater moral concern toward individuals within their circles.
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Business leaders boost their companies’ value when they take accountability.
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Bosses could think twice about cracking down on those who don’t stick to the script.
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People choose self-checkout or the most robotic clerk when buying blush-inducing items.
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Researchers analyzed employment data to find out why a major retailer had high turnover.
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This research can help decision-makers forecast and better explain house pricing.