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Perceived Nosiness at Work

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Charlotte Holden and Richard Currie, doctoral students under the direction of Dr. Mark Ehrhart, are conducting a research study on perceptions of nosiness in the workplace. We are recruiting individuals to complete a short survey that should take under 10 minutes to complete. Your participation in this study is entirely voluntary and you may withdraw from the survey at any time. You are eligible to participate if you:

Federal Office of Science and Technology Policy Request for Comment

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The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy is seeking public comments on a draft set of desirable characteristics of data repositories used to locate, manage, share, and use data resulting from federally funded research. 

Comments should be submitted by 11:59 pm ET on March 6, 2020

The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy is issuing this RFC on behalf of the multi-agency Subcommittee on Open Science (SOS) of the National Science and Technology Council’s Committee on Science. Read the full text of the request for comment here.

Top 10 Workplace Trends for 2020

New Decade Brings New Trends Along With Familiar Topics in SIOP’s 7th Annual Top 10 Workplace Trends

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The Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) is pleased to announce its seventh annual Top 10 Workplace Trends list. Based on member surveys, these are the issues that will have the most impact on the workplace in 2020. 

For the first time, there is a tie between two of the topics; at #9 on the list – “Virtual working spaces” and ”Meaning and purposeful work.” Newly trending topics include workforce health and well-being, and meaning and purposeful work. The entries in SIOP’s Top 10 list are broad, complex issues posing difficult challenges to the business world and modern society, so it’s no surprise that many other trends have appeared on previous lists. 

Industrial-organizational psychologists study workplace issues of critical relevance to business, including talent management, coaching, assessment, selection, training, organizational development, performance, and work–life balance. I-O psychologists can help all kinds of organizations, including for-profit, nonprofit and government, grappling with these issues find solutions that are right for their organizations and their staff.

To create this list, SIOP asked its members for their predictions based on their expertise as well as interactions with clients and colleagues. After the responses were compiled, members selected the top 10 issues organizations are likely to face in 2020. Nearly 1,000 members responded, and here’s what they had to say:

What Are You Doing Wednesday?

Preconference events can give you a head start

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The SIOP 2020 Annual Conference officially begins with Opening Plenary on Thursday, April 23. However, you can jump start your learning and networking by attending one of the many preconference events on Wednesday!

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