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Saturday, January 22, 2022

Weekly News Update – Corporette.com


  • Ask a Manager answered a reader’s question about getting called out for wearing the same dress to work every day.
  • Vox’s The Goods shared an ode to the tote bag.
  • The New York Times gave advice on how to answer questions about your salary requirements.
  • The New York Times also reported on employers who are offering wristbands or pins that signal employees’ comfort level with social distancing, masking, and shaking hands.
  • Well+Good highlighted the results of a new study that found that people of color feel a greater sense of belonging under flexible work models (such as working remotely or combining in-person and remote work).
  • The Charlotte Observer reported on a lawsuit charging that an employer violated the ADA by firing an autistic woman for “unprofessional” communication.
  • The Conversation created a chart that shows the risk of catching COVID in various situations according to activity, ventilation, face covering, and high- or low-occupancy conditions.
  • The Wall Street Journal noted that people who test positive for COVID and are asymptomatic or have mild symptoms still shouldn’t go to the gym (or work out anywhere else).
  • The Atlantic reviewed the new book Let’s Get Physical: How Women Discovered Exercise and Reshaped the World.
  • Your Laugh of the Week comes from McSweeney’s, with “Please, World, In a Time of Infinite Darkness, Just Let Us Have Wordle.”

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