Jeanne and I talked about this on this morning's show, how CareerBuilder.com constructed their annual list of dumb reasons people would give for calling in sick or skipping work. Needless to say, they're pretty ridiculous.
It's 3 pm on a beautiful Friday afternoon and, you're stuck at work staring out the window as the outside world beckons to you. Rather than plotting some elaborate story or faking an illness that your boss will see right through, why not let technology take care of your problem?
Newsflash from researchers at Cornell University College of Human Ecology's Institute for Health Economics, Health Behaviors and Disparities and the Shanghai University of Finance and Economics! Apparently working moms spend less time daily on kids' diet and exercise. I'm sure…
One of the most supreme perils of being a great American workhorse is there is never enough paid time off — and new research suggests that not only do workers desperately want more vacation time, but they are willing to give up a whole heck of a lot in order to get their hands on it.
For years, traditional wisdom has held that when both halves of a couple works, they spend less time together and are thus less happy in their marriages. A new study, however, seems to disprove that theory.