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Restaurants have long been Darwinian workplaces. But after a few high-profile suicides, a nurturing culture is taking root.
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Janelle Shane’s exercises in algorithm-training yield hilarious results.
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Putting the "self" in self-esteem.
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How social signals and mental shortcuts unexpectedly color our judgment.
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While some gender stereotypes have faded, others remain.
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How to answer difficult questions during a job interview.
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Showing appreciation could have effects beyond one’s own relationship.
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