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Hiring the visually-impaired brings more diversity to the workplace

Hiring the visually-impaired brings more diversity to the workplace

“Companies with a wider pool of talent and an inclusive culture can reap the rewards of authentic employees sharing broader perspectives," says Dr. Afra Ahmad, director of the master of professional studies in applied industrial and organizational psychology program at George Mason University. “That can lead to greater innovation and better decision making for products and services.”

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Maybe Money Can Help Buy Happiness, After All

Maybe Money Can Help Buy Happiness, After All

The findings came as little surprise to James Maddux, senior scholar with the Center for the Advancement of Well-Being at George Mason University, in Fairfax, Va. "Research on the relationship between wealth and happiness, for individuals and nations, has been evolving for decades and has shown that the relationship is complex, as this study again demonstrates," Maddux noted.

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How To Cope With “Happiness Guilt”

How To Cope With “Happiness Guilt”

“Happiness is not a zero sum game,” says June Tangney, PhD, a professor of psychology at George Mason University, who studies guilt. “The idea that your happiness takes away from others is false.”

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