Employees Spend Average Of 6 Hours Watching March Madness At Work, Study SaysAccording to a survey by staffing firm OfficeTeam, the average worker spends 25.5 minutes a day on March Madness-related activities.
Video Shows Fired Employee Throwing Hot Water in Ex-Supervisor’s Face A woman is facing battery charges following an altercation with her former manager.
10 Job Skills You Might Need To Keep A Job In The FutureThe jobs market - constantly changing due to tech advances- is expected to change even more, costing many their jobs if they can't adapt.
Dolphin Mall Will Hold Job Fair To Fill Full-Time, Seasonal SpotsHoliday shopping season is on the mind of retailers as the first day of fall arrives. That means more jobs.
Looking For A Job? These Are The Careers In High DemandThe job market has steadily improved since the Great Recession and a new report shows who has been doing the hiring.
Work Or Stay Home After A Baby? Here's How Much It CostsThe average American spends hundreds or even thousands of dollars month in childcare costs forcing parents to choose between working or staying home to avoid losing money but you could be losing more than your paycheck.
Study: Most People Don't Feel Confident Enough To Ask For A Raise For many people asking for a raise is uncomfortable or downright intimidating. Here's how to do it right.
Let's Get Wellfluent: Workplace Wellness- Investing In Your HealthAre you taking full advantage of your employer's wellness program? Learn why more workplaces are learning they can't "work" without one!
Google To Invest $50 Million To Prepare Job Seekers For The 'Future Of Work'Google will invest $50 million "for the changing nature of work," starting with investments in the U.S. and Europe to train job seekers and improve working conditions for others, the company announced last week.
Survey: Only 1 in 5 Workers Get Enough Sleep Each NightClocks are moving forward an hour this weekend, but most American workers are used to going to work sleep deprived.
Lauren's List: How To Be More Productive Without Doing More WorkMost of us work anywhere from 40 to 45 hours a week. But are we actually productive during that time?
Lauren's List: How To Call-In Sick The Right WayLast week, “Lauren’s List” featured the key phrases you should never say to your boss.