Work/Life Balance


Time Off for Religious Worship: How Far Can You Push It?

6:30 am, January 24, 2014

Too many time off requests for worship can cost you. Here's how to play it smart.

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5 Cities Where You Won't Make Much Money

7:15 am, December 13, 2013

There's more to picking a place to live than just looking at typical wages, but it's good to know what your paycheck might hold.


How You Can Stay Motivated at Work During the Winter

6:30 am, December 10, 2013

Feel like sleeping through work this winter? Try these three simple steps instead.


How to Reject a Co-Worker Who Wants to Date You

6:30 am, November 29, 2013

Turning down someone for a date is never easy, and it may be harder when it's someone you work with.


What Workers Are Grateful for (and What Else They Want)

8:00 am, November 26, 2013

Having a job in a sluggish economy is a huge reason to give thanks, but what about the trimmings?


Can Taking Long Lunches Get You Fired?

6:30 am, November 06, 2013

Before you disappear for a three-hour lunch, consider your career.


Flat Wages Are Just Part of Workers' Nightmare Since Great Recession

9:00 am, October 16, 2013

Incomes are substantially lower than they were before the recession began, a study says. Except for the top 5%, that is.


How to Keep Your Workplace Happy During the Holidays

7:30 am, October 11, 2013

Sure, employees want holiday time off, but your business needs to continue running successfully. Here's how to manage both.


What to Do When You Get Yelled At in the Office

9:00 am, October 09, 2013

There's a lot of hot air released in an office daily. If you feel some of it headed in your direction, what can you do?


Stop Waiting to Negotiate Your Pay -- Companies Expect It

7:15 am, October 08, 2013

Despite the sluggish economy, pay negotiations are back, with a surprising bit of data for women in the workplace.

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