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In diverse workplaces and classrooms — such as this one at Connections Education in Baltimore — recent research suggests that adhering to standards of political correctness can actually boost, rather than inhibit, the generation of fresh ideas. Tom Dubanowich/PR Newswire hide caption

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Problems With Your Boss? Try A Chat With The Office Chaplain.

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Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella speaks at the Future Decoded conference in London on Nov. 10. The company hopes to create new social tools to increase productivity in and out of the workplace. Kevin Coombs/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Microsoft Wants To Mine Data Like A Social Network

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Workplace drug testing for marijuana may need updating in light of changing laws, a case before the Colorado Supreme Court suggests. Kai-Huei Yau/MCT/Landov hide caption

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Colorado Case Puts Workplace Drug Policies To The Test

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Does she really think you're funny, or is she just being polite? Jon Feingersh/Getty/Getty Images/Blend Images RM hide caption

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Researcher Greg Bryant Speaks To NPR's Robert Siegel

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