The New York Times‘ fashion director answered a reader question about why women still wear stilettos.
The Washington Post observed that the golf quarter-zip is “the 2020s’ office-guy uniform.”
The Cut looked at why Amazon is ditching many of its house brands (including workwear line Lark & Ro).
Harvard Business Review explained how to decide whether to return to a former employer and how to approach the transition.
NBC News shared that due to states’ abortion bans and anti-LGBTQ+ legislation, some employers and event organizers are considering employees’ safety outside the office during work travel.
Inc. noted that “out of pocket” means something very different to younger and older people at work.
STAT News reported that the American Society for Reproductive Medicine changed its definition of infertility to include LGBTQ+ and single people.
The Wall Street Journal pointed out the best times of the year to buy a new car.
Your Laugh of the Week comes from McSweeney’s, with “I Love When the Leaves Turn Beautiful Colors and Fall to Their Deaths.”
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