AIR FRANCE KLM, the leading global air transport player, wanted to improve its annual Brand study of air travelers, and partially replace it with a continuous brand tracker covering 22 key countries with more likely to be added in the coming years…
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Health behaviour change among UK adults during the pandemic: findings from the COVID-19 cancer attitudes and behaviours study
Multivariable logistic regressions were used to assess individual health behaviour change attempts over time, adjusted for age, sex, ethnicity, employment and education. Most behaviour change attempts were more common among women, younger adults and minority ethnic group participants. CONCLUSION: A substantial proportion of participants reported attempts to change health behaviours in the initial survey phase.
More Than Half of Black Employees Say the Pandemic Caused Them to Re-Evaluate What Matters Most Financially
In September 2020, Lincoln Financial Group announced to amplify the companys ongoing commitment to diversity and inclusion and drive meaningful, measurable change. Today, approximately 16 million customers trust our retirement, insurance and wealth protection expertise to help address their lifestyle, savings and income goals, and guard against long-term care expenses. Committed to providing our employees…
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact daily life, including health system operations, despite the availability of vaccines that are effective in greatly reducing the risks of death and severe disease. Misperceptions of COVID-19 vaccine safety, efficacy, risks, and mistrust in institutions responsible for vaccination campaigns have been reported as factors contributing to vaccine hesitancy.
The current model of work came into existence during the first industrial revolution in the early 1900s, when offices and commercial business districts started popping up across industrialised nations.
Covid-19 intensified the US substitute teacher shortage with parents, police and the national guard roped in to fill the gap On a frigid late December morning in the throes of the Omicron surge, I flicked off my alarm and peeked out the window: pitch black. By late fall, schools were so desperate for warm bodies…
The Times, with the survey company Dynata, asked 148,400 parents nationwide how many days their school-aged children were home in January, when disruptions were at their peak because of the Omicron surge, winter weather and other reasons.
But even with those measures, the district still asked students to spend the first week of January at home for remote learning, when infection rates were so high that some schools couldnt staff all their classrooms. Erin Bray, who works at an education nonprofit in Portland, Ore., is the mother of two young children whose…
Both Vaccinated and Unvaccinated Workers Put Cleaning at Top of Return-to-Work Priorities, New Survey Finds
The survey finds that U.S. workers increasingly value enhanced cleaning of the workplace and feel safer seeing professional cleaners onsite a sentiment shared by both vaccinated and unvaccinated Americans.
Perceiving ambiguity in health information—that is, uncertainty elicited from believing information lacks credibility, reliability, or adequacy—is typically associated with pessimistic appraisals (e.g., high perceived disease risk) and behavioral avoidance. We examined the effect of ambiguous health information about COVID-19 on health cognitions and vaccination intentions, and tested a “normalized-uncertainty” intervention.