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Economics / Business - Career - 01.03.2021
Opinion: Businesses say they want to tackle inequalities but they need more data to take action
Structural inequalities span wider than diversity initiatives and action is needed at all levels to ensure that inequalities can be identified and properly addressed, say Siobhan Morris and Dr Olivia Stevenson (both UCL Office of the Vice Provost: Research).

Career - Health - 26.02.2021
Opinion: Work-life balance in a pandemic is a public health issue we cannot ignore
Despite fears that home working would lead to a decrease in productivity, evidence shows that people have worked more, not less, during the Covid-19 pandemic, write PhD researcher Dave Cook (UCL Anthropology) and Research Fellow Anna Rudnicka (UCL Interaction Centre).

Social Sciences - Career - 11.02.2021
'Left behind' adolescent women must be prioritised within sustainable development agenda - report
’Left behind’ adolescent women must be prioritised within sustainable development agenda - report
The needs of millions of overlooked, 'left behind' adolescent women must become a more significant priority within international efforts to end poverty by 2030, a UK Government-commissioned report is urging.

Environment - Career - 11.02.2021

Career - 04.02.2021

Psychology - Career - 20.01.2021
Free online learning opportunities for staff this term
In this article we outline some of the bite-sized free online courses available to staff this term. Explore the full range of learning options available on our Learning and Development webpage.

Economics / Business - Career - 19.01.2021

Economics / Business - Career - 16.12.2020

Career - Social Sciences - 15.12.2020
COVID-19: UK must ’Build Back Fairer’ warns new Marmot Review
A generation of children and young people risk worsening health and having shorter lives post the COVID-19 pandemic, warns Professor Sir Michael Marmot, Director of UCL's Institute of Health Equity, in his new landmark report published today.

Research Management - Career - 09.12.2020

Career - Transport - 09.12.2020
Injury risk significantly higher when driving for work
A third of road deaths and a fifth of serious injuries are sustained in accidents involving a working driver or rider, according to research by UCL.

Career - Mathematics - 09.12.2020
Major European grants for four UofG researchers
Four researchers from the University of Glasgow have received frontier research funding grants from the European Research Council.

Chemistry - Career - 02.12.2020

Career - 25.11.2020
Marking is the key driver of work stress among teachers
Marking and lesson planning are the two aspects of teachers' jobs that lead to the greatest increase in workload stress and levels of poor wellbeing, according to a new study by UCL researchers.

Innovation - Career - 24.11.2020

Career - Innovation - 24.11.2020
’Rapid science’ makes custom-fitted facemasks for NHS workers
A company working with experts from the University of Birmingham and King's College London has been awarded funding by Innovate UK to produce custom-fitted, reusable, medical grade facemasks that will fit all people regardless of age, sex or ethnicity.

Career - 19.11.2020
Managers are much more positive about flexible working and staff working from home since the pandemic - says new study
Managers are much more positive about their staff working from home and working flexibly since lockdown says a new study undertaken jointly by the Equal Parenting Project at the University of Birmingham and the Work Autonomy, Flexibility and Work-Life Balance at the University of Kent.

Career - 12.11.2020
Disabled people could have greater accessibility to the legal profession due to rise in flexible working
An increase in remote and flexible working since the COVID-19 pandemic could make the legal profession more accessible for disabled people, research suggests. A survey of over 100 disabled lawyers by the Legally Disabled research team based at Cardiff University, in partnership with the Law Society of England and Wales, found working from home during the COVID-19 outbreak enabled the majority of respondents to manage their disability more effectively.

Career - 06.11.2020
COVID-19 pandemic creates new causes of ’workplace’ stress
The global COVID-19 pandemic has created new causes of job-related stress that have displaced the ‘traditional' main reason for workplace anxiety - ever-increasing workloads, according to new research.

Career - 28.10.2020
Teachers among happiest professionals
The wellbeing and mental health of teachers in England is similar to those in other professions and teachers are less likely to report feelings of 'low self-worth', according to new research from aca

Career - Economics / Business - 21.10.2020
Plenty more phish: Why employees fall for scams and what companies can do about it
Preventive countermeasures to phishing emails may actually increase the likelihood of employees falling for such scams, a new academic study reveals. Protective controls, such as email proxy, anti-malware and anti-phishing technologies, can give employees a false sense of security, causing them to drop their vigilance because they incorrectly assume such measures intercept all phishing emails before they reach their inbox, a study co-organised by the University of Sussex Business School reveals.

Economics / Business - Career - 20.10.2020

Campus - Career - 07.10.2020
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