Everyone dreams of the advantages of working from home: the additional flexibility; the time saved by not commuting (or …
Behavioral economist Dan Ariely talks about why everyone’s willing to cheat a little, why you’ll steal a staple from work but not petty cash and whether punishments for cheating actually work
Join in the festivities by digging up something underwhelming you received last year and unloading it on somebody else. You’re less likely to be pegged as a regifter if the item isn’t opened. But then again, if you never even took the thing out of the box, that’s a pretty clear sign of how much you didn’t like it.
Bringing your own lunch to work rather than eating out is an easy way to save some cash. And brown-bagging it doesn’t have to be a glum PB&J affair.
Fo’ real: it was 40 years ago that the geniuses in office design came up with the soul-destroying workspace we call the modern cubicle.
In celebration, office designers IDEO have teamed up with Scott Adams, creator of Dilbert, to create the ideal cubicle. I swear. No punchline. Check it out here. My favorite feature: the hideaway …