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Former intelligence collector and engineer, Elana Duffy, is crowd-sourcing reintegration.
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We asked our readers to share their stories about parenting and taking care of children during the coronavirus pandemic. Here are some of their stories.
The bill would hire and train recently unemployed workers to fight the coronavirus pandemic, including by tracing the spread of the disease.
Lindsay Rodman knows first-hand how women in national security leadership positions can bring about positive change.
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As many as 180,000 contact tracers are needed, but many states face challenges in rapidly scaling up this new workforce.
Join HuffPost for a live virtual Q&A on what the coronavirus is teaching us about creating different and better work environments.
Some bars and restaurants are coming up with creative ideas to reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic to keep diners and employees safe.
Clarissa Black, founder of Pets for Vets, knows first-hand how animal companions can help heal.
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Women are doing more work at home, facing more job losses and doing more of the dangerous essential work during the coronavirus pandemic.
New doors, reduced space, plastic partitions: Your office might be getting a redesign.
That "hope you're doing well" from work colleagues has become more personal during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a normal economy, 24% of military spouses face unemployment. Navy wife Kimber Hill decided to do something about it.
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Here are the hacks that'll make you feel much more productive in your outdoor office.
There's a compassionate way to show up for a friend who is facing unemployment during the coronavirus pandemic.
The little-used policy is an alternative to layoffs and is available in most states.
As a work-from-home mom, I didn’t expect to feel like I have more opportunities during the coronavirus crisis, but I do.
An illustration series from HuffPost about life under the coronavirus quarantine.
What companies should do to promote workplace safety differs from what they are legally forced to do during COVID-19.
Doing only what you need to do to stay employed is a totally reasonable response to quarantine.
Child care centers are more essential than ever, yet they are not getting the funds they need to survive the lockdowns.