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    Managing the Challenge of Workforce Presenteeism in the COVID-19 Crisis

    Sep 25, 2020

    Presenteeism occurs when people work when in suboptimal health. Both presenteeism and absenteeism are key influences on workplace productivity, but presenteeism is by far the most significant. It's vital that employers identify and deal with presenteeism, for the health of their people as well as that of the organization.

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    Teachers Are Not All Right: The Toll COVID-19 is Taking on the Nation's Teachers

    Jan 15, 2021

    Between working longer hours, learning new technologies, and trying to stay connected to their students, the COVID-19 pandemic has put unprecedented demands on teachers. What might teacher burnout and low morale mean for schools' abilities to support students effectively?

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    Hans Pung

    President, RAND Europe; Acting Vice President, International, RAND Corporation
    Education M.Sc. in mathematical modelling and numerical analysis, Oxford University; M.St. in modern history, Oxford University; B.S. in mathematics, United States Military Academy

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    Michael Whitmore

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    Education M.B.A., Cass Business School; M.A. in applied social science and social work, Durham University; B.Sc. in psychology and law, Keele University