Harvard Business Review editor + HBR IdeaCast host. New England native. The one who edits me is @bhcarmichael.

Israel Isn’t the Only Country That Thinks CEOs Should Earn Less

Israel Isn’t the Only Country That Thinks CEOs Should Earn Less
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The rise (and risks) of mandatory arbitration agreements

The rise (and risks) of mandatory arbitration agreements
masslawyersweekly.com — With the explosion of employment litigation - in particular, wage and hour lawsuits - many employers are turning to mandatory arbitration agreements as a strategy to keep defense costs down and avoid class actions. But as more and more companies make mandatory arbitration a condition of employment, the controversy surrounding the legality of such agreements escalates, ...

Sexual Harassment Limits Women's Freedom - Time to Call It Out

Sexual Harassment Limits Women's Freedom - Time to Call It Out
huffingtonpost.co.uk — Each individual jeer or catcall might appear trivial, depending on your viewpoint. But they accumulate. They make a bigger statement about a woman's place, about who is permitted to comment on her body and its desirability, about what she's in the world for, and what's waiting for her if she puts a foot wrong.

New law could confuse police misconduct with criminal offence

New law could confuse police misconduct with criminal offence
theguardian.com — In July 2013, Bijan Ebrahimi, a disabled refugee originally from Iran, was beaten to death and his body burned by "vigilante" neighbours in Bristol. His repeated calls for help from Avon and Somerset police in the hours leading up to his murder were ignored, as were his complaints of harassment from neighbours in the months before.

Will You Be Able to Repay That Student Loan?

Will You Be Able to Repay That Student Loan?
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Quantifying the consensus on anthropogenic global warming in the scientific literature

Research-Based Ways to Win at Work in 2016

Research-Based Ways to Win at Work in 2016
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The Language of Sleep

The Language of Sleep
newrepublic.com — Speaking of "z"s: ever wonder how the letter "z" in comics came to symbolize snoring? A 1903 comic strip, Katzenjammer Kids, may be the earliest instance of that shorthand, although the Oxford English Dictionary lists Henry Thoreau's 1852 line "the dry z-ing of the locust is heard" as the first use of "z"s to mean buzzing.

Putting the Right Information on Twitter in a Crisis

Putting the Right Information on Twitter in a Crisis
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A Step-by-Step Guide to Packing for a Complicated Work Trip

A Step-by-Step Guide to Packing for a Complicated Work Trip
hbr.org — Packing for a business trip doesn't seem all that complicated ... until you're planning for a two-week sojourn through multiple climates and dress codes, and trying to squeeze it all into a carry-on bag. Then it becomes a "capsule-wardrobe-Chinese-puzzle thing," in the words of Cindy Gallop, founder of IfWeRanTheWorld.
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May 04, 2016

RT @DougConant: Some #leadership homework that won’t feel like work: Take the time to *personally* thank somebody today for their help & co…

May 04, 2016

@IanSanders How have you come by this photo of my dream office?!?!

May 04, 2016

@umairh What about narcissism? Is that an option?

May 03, 2016

RT @nick_kapur: I made a map of Japanese stereotypes of Latin American/Caribbean countries, based on Japanese Google autocomplete. https://pic.twitter.com/nXrnrF4Pdo.co/nXrnrF4Pdo

May 03, 2016

@AlonsoChehade I don't check LI. You can email me at sgcarmichael at hbr dot org.

May 03, 2016

On days when I have a lot of editing to do, I listen to a pump-up song. Today it was the entire Lemonade album.

May 02, 2016

I've been replying to PR people who send totally off-topic pitches and asking to be taken off their lists. #smalljournalistrebellions

May 02, 2016

RT @EmilyDreyfuss: unsubscribe yes, from these emails yes, from all emails yes, and related emails confirm yes, while we're at it, unsubcribe me from life

Apr 28, 2016

What I enjoy about the #womancard is that it's just as effective at the #mancard but only costs 77% as much. washingtonpost.com/blogs/compost/…


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