Sarah Green Carmichael, Bloomberg

Sarah Green Carmichael


Boston, MA, United States

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Past articles by Sarah:

Can’t Give Employees Raises? Add Benefits

Paid mental health days or a sabbatical program would boost employee loyalty without locking in the higher costs of across-the-board pay bumps. → Read More

Biden’s Chips Act Child Care Plan Is Better Than Nothing

The US day care system is broken. Congress isn’t fixing it. It’s time to get creative. → Read More

Digital Detox Is a Fantasy. Do This Instead.

Most of us can’t truly break free from our devices. But we can make more time for offline fun. → Read More

CEOs Aren’t Dealing With the Toxic Fallout of Layoffs

Job cuts can poison the atmosphere unless leaders take steps to rebuild trust. → Read More

In Defense of Tom Brady’s Reluctant Retirement

When we sacrifice so much for our jobs, it can leave us feeling even more committed to them. → Read More

Layoffs Often Leave Companies Worse Off

Job cuts alienate customers and sap morale among employees who have to pick up the slack. → Read More

FAA Mess Gets the ‘Technical Glitch’ Treatment

Computers have made our lives safer and easier, but also more vulnerable to sudden disruptions. → Read More

Workplace Friendships Are Worth the Awkwardness

Research suggests forging personal connections matters more than financial success. → Read More

New FDA Rules on Abortion Pills Leave Too Many Hurdles

The updated guidelines are a step in the right direction, but the agency still makes it too complicated for pharmacies to dispense a safe medication. → Read More

Always Racing to Meetings? It’s Slowing You Down

When employees spend their days hopping from one confab to another, it’s probably a sign of a deeper problem within the organization. → Read More

What We Learned About Hybrid Work in 2022

Managers need to recognize the limits of their power, and workers need to put in high-quality time with colleagues. → Read More

Abortion Clinics Shouldn’t Have to Stand Alone

More hospitals and OB-GYNs need to offer pregnancy termination care. → Read More

It’s Still Worth Fighting Anti-Covid Vaccine Misinformation

Unvaccinated or unboosted people continue to make up too many pandemic deaths. → Read More

Ukraine War’s Big Question: Who Will Run Out of Missiles First?

Both Kyiv and Moscow are using artillery faster than their allies can make and ship new bombs. A Q&A with Kremlin-watcher Michael Kotkin. → Read More

Middle Managers Deserve Our Thanks

This often-unappreciated group has had a tough job lately as senior executives heighten demands and workers push back. → Read More

Twitter Isn’t Helping Your Career

The social media platform could be fun, or useful, but the connectedness it appeared to provide was illusory. → Read More

Goldman Payout Shows #MeToo Message Failed to Sink In

The Wall Street firm might have saved in excess of $12 million had executives accepted that vulgar comments have no place at work. → Read More

Republicans Misjudged the Power of Abortion Rights

It turns out that reproductive freedom is as much a core issue as inflation. → Read More

Offices Are Better for Mingling Than for Focusing

As remote work frees up desks, companies are learning to remake their spaces to emphasize interaction. → Read More

Quiet Quitting Is the Fakest of Fake Workplace Trends

But even if we’re not all quiet quitting, lying flat or joining the Great Resignation, these “movements” send a signal about work. → Read More