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- Aug 26, 2022
- Chris Copeland, Monne Williams, Bryan Hancock, Sofia Soto, Lareina Yee
This report shines a light on the experiences of frontline workers of color, the pathways from the front line to the middle class, and the skills workers need to advance.
- Jul 22, 2022
- Spencer Feingold
Research shows that underrepresented groups are more likely to prefer and stay at jobs that offer remote or hybrid work schedules.
- May 31, 2022
- Maria Marabito
The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted progress toward gender equity in medicine that may resonate for years to come, according to experts.
Recently, after graduating from medical school and completing my last board exam, Step 3, I decided to branch out and indulge in forgotten joys.
- Oct 19, 2021
- Olivia Yongue
With the hiring landscape evolving due to post-pandemic needs, it’s crucial for companies to update their hiring practices in order to be inclusive of the widest range of candidates.
- Jun 3, 2021
- Renee Altier, Senior Vice President And General Manager, Business Education And Careers, Wiley
As COVID-19 persists, the chasm between wealthy and lower-income college students has never felt more pronounced. Millions of students must make the impossible choice between furthering their education and making ends meet.
- Apr 7, 2021
- The Wiley Network
COVID-19 has quickened the pace of scientific collaboration, discovery, and innovation. But this global spotlight on science, specifically health science, has shown the fault lines in the healthcare system, especially relating to equal access and fair treatment.
- Mar 22, 2021
- The Leadership Challenge / Dan Schwab
It is often said that true leadership emerges in moments of crisis and challenge.
- Sep 22, 2020
- The Wiley Network / Claire O'Neill
The global COVID-19 pandemic has raised significant issues that transcend medicine and health, illuminating a long history of racial fears and anxieties that have been a common framework through which people evaluate concerns around global viruses.
As professionals navigate working remotely, many are without preparation or guidance about how to make that switch seamlessly. This month, Wiley will provide free eBook access to the bestselling title, The Year Without Pants, by Scott Berkun, detailing his transition to leading a remote team and navigating a work-from-home culture.
As a growing number of schools are being affected by COVID-19, Wiley is aiming to ensure instructors who need to teach remotely have the necessary tools to help their students. Beginning today, instructors without an adopted online learning solution, such as WileyPLUS, Knewton Alta or zyBooks, can receive free access for their students for the remainder of the Spring 2020 term.
Wiley has made more than 5,000 COVID-19 related articles freely available in support of the global efforts in its diagnosis, treatment and prevention. Last month, Wiley joined Wellcome Trust in the commitment to ensuring rapid access to COVID-19 research.