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Employee Benefits: The Competition is Fierce

Job seekers and the benefits they want have changed. Recent studies have shown applicants would be willing to take a decrease in pay to work for…

Is Workplace Flexibility Right for Your Organization?

If you haven’t heard of the term “workplace flexibility”, it’s time to crawl out from under the HR rock you may have been resting under and…

Work Life Balance: Why You Should Insist Your Employees Take Vacation

In 2018 Americans left 768 million vacation days unused, and that number was up by 9% from the year before. And yet, at least a quarter…

Continued Learning: Is It Suitable for Your Career?

The Importance of Continued Learning Most people associate learning with formal education. Formal education, in turn, usually becomes associated with a limited amount of schooling. For…

Balancing Your Day Job and Your Passion

There is an increasing trend of employees taking up a side job, either to earn extra money or to boost career skills in a field they…

Millennial Burn Out: Myth or Problem?

Millennial Burn Out Stress remains at the root of burnout for everyone. Research from the American Psychological Association shows that millennials have officially become the most…

Flextime: Your Competitive Edge

According to the Harvard School of Public Health, 44 percent of working adults said that their current job negatively affects their health. Workplace stress has become…

How to Master Chaos and Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

The beginning of a new year feels like a clean slate. But as the holidays fade away and the pace picks back up again, it can…

Productivity in the Workplace: Tips from the Pros

The average person gets interrupted once every eleven minutes throughout the workday.  When these interruptions occur, it can take up to 15 minutes to re-engage with…

Flexible Jobs: The Top 5 Unexpected Pros and Cons

Flexible jobs can thank the evolving technological world for their growing popularity. As industries advance, the ease by which to work freelance and remotely increases. Additionally,…

When to Say “No” in the Workplace

Many workers pressure themselves to say “yes” in order to accommodate and serve others. According to The Wall Street Journal, people will say “yes” because saying…