If you’re blowing off meetings and turning in projects late, blame Facebook. A new survey pegs the social networking giant as the top reason so many of us are mentally checked out during the workday.
If you’re unhappy in your job, you are not alone. Plenty of people — many with stable, high-paying, interesting jobs — feel lost in their careers. If you experience this anxiety, try these three things:
Among the occupations that get the shortest amount of shuteye each night, several make life-and-death decisions regularly. And members of one profession on the list carry guns on the job. Anybody need coffee?
It’s nice to have a friendly work environment. But in some cases, work friends shouldn’t be Facebook friends. Why not? A status update published on a Tuesday night can easily turn into office gossip on Wednesday morning. Even …
How many ping-pong balls would fit in the Mediterrean Sea? Can you swim faster in water or syrup? When there’s a wind blowing, does a round-trip by plane take more time, less time, or the same time? Today, a number of companies …
With 14 million people unable to find work and job prospects seemingly bleak, why are more employees calling it quits?
With over 2.4 million views on YouTube, over 500 comments and nearly 20,000 likes, “Joey Quits” has become a viral sensation. The video features Joey DeFrancesco, a disgruntled employee of the Renaissance Hotel in Providence, …
We know that favoritism has long played a role in the workplace. Now, a new study has senior execs saying so.
Your resume says one thing, but you want to do something else. How do you convince a prospective employer to take a chance on you?