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Jana Kasperkevic

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Jana Kasperkevic is a digital reporter for Marketplace, based in the New York City bureau.
Prior to joining Marketplace, Jana was a business reporter at The Guardian where she covered the global economy, income inequality, personal finance and small business. Her work has appeared in Inc. Magazine, Houston Chronicle and The Village Voice, among others. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.

Latest Stories from Jana (191)

The opioid epidemic is killing Americans at work, and employers are taking notice

by Jana Kasperkevic Sep 24, 2019
To battle opioid overdoses, experts want businesses to think of naloxone like an EpiPen.
Ken Duckworth, a psychiatrist and medical director for behavioral health at Blue Cross Blue Shield Massachusetts, holds up a nalaxone kit.
Courtesy of Blue Cross Blue Shield Massachusetts

How students are trying to avoid college loans

by Jana Kasperkevic Aug 28, 2019
Income share agreements, free tuition and college funds.
Attending a lower cost trade school, signing up for an income share agreement, finding schools with free tuition, these are some of the ways students are trying to avoid going into debt.
Robert Perry/Getty Images
Workplace Culture

Can AI make hiring fairer and more efficient?

by Jana Kasperkevic Aug 14, 2019
AI advocates say it's better for people on both sides.
A visitor holds a hand of an AILA, or Artificial Intelligence Lightweight Android.
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Workplace Culture

Advocates of “instant hiring” urge companies to take back their time

by Jana Kasperkevic Aug 6, 2019
In a tight labor market, timing might be everything.
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Workplace Culture

We know about exit interviews. What about “stay” interviews?

by Jana Kasperkevic Jul 30, 2019
The so-called stay interview is an increasingly popular means of trying to retain staff.
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Workplace Culture

Reflecting, rebranding ... but can HR repair its reputation?

by Jana Kasperkevic Jul 17, 2019
At the annual conference of the Society for Human Resource Management, concerned HR executives reviewed practices and traded ideas.
Delegates mingle at the 2019 SHRM annual conference.
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Gun violence in the workplace

What is active shooter insurance, and does my employer need it?

by Jana Kasperkevic Jun 26, 2019
In the aftermath, insurance will cover medical bills.
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Gun violence in the workplace

Hundreds of people die in workplace shootings each year. Why are lawsuits so rare?

by Jana Kasperkevic Jun 26, 2019
Some laws make it hard to hold companies accountable, but some lawyers are willing to take a chance.
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Gun violence in the workplace

Is your office prepared for a workplace shooting?

by Jana Kasperkevic Jun 26, 2019
Experts warn against an "it won't happen here" mentality.
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Gun violence in the workplace

The costly aftermath of a workplace shooting

by Jana Kasperkevic Jun 26, 2019
Hundreds of employees die in workplace shootings every year. The aftermath is even more costly when companies aren’t prepared for potential violence.
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