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Today, Gallup launches an independent center that will be the leading source for discoveries and breakthroughs direct from the voices of Black Americans. This is a 100-year commitment.
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Many parents need more harmony at home. Coach employees to parent with their natural strengths and to nurture the strengths of their children.
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Analyzing past trends and current COVID-19 tracking, we offer a guide to leaders as they reevaluate their policies on remote working.
You need a "return to the office" plan, and fast. Know how your workers feel before you go back.