Nov 10, 2017

11/10/17: The psychology of debt, taxes and food at work

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How does owing money change the way we act and feel? On this episode we look at the connection between debt and mental health, how sexual harassment claims are changing the way investors choose stocks, and the five things you…

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As women speak out on sexual harassment, investors take note

Nov 10, 2017
Harassment-related issues haven't been viewed by companies as a risk factor. That's changing.
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When the stress of debt strains mental health

Nov 10, 2017
That stress can make you vulnerable to eating disorders, alcoholism and anxiety, says psychologist Thomas Richardson. Mindfulness can help.
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Ask a Manager: Is it OK to microwave fish in the break room?

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Columnist Alison Green covers the do's and dont's of eating at work.
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5 things to ask a potential financial planner

Nov 10, 2017
Check their credentials and ask about fees.
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3 ways to stay organized without breaking the bank

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Remodelista's Julie Carlson talks organized living.
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How does owing money change the way we act and feel? On this episode we look at the connection between debt and mental health, how sexual harassment claims are changing the way investors choose stocks, and the five things you should ask any financial planner. Plus, we dive into the dos and don’ts of food at work. Food seems like such a small thing, so why does it cause so much workplace drama? Those stories and more on Marketplace Weekend.