Planning is underway at many offices for celebrations for Halloween, Thanksgiving and other holiday events, but before you start shopping for the perfect costume or outfit and researching the best potluck recipes, make sure you know how to avoid potential office party disasters.
You've probably heard of Monday morning quarterbacks. What about Monday morning eaters?
There might be something more than your co-worker in the next cube chewing on ice that is irritating you while you’re in the office.
With all the news about jobless numbers, budget cuts and furloughs, now more than ever workers are keen on ensuring they have job security, so the last thing you want to do is be a repeat offender of calling in sick. So when should you make the call?
Individuals and organizations alike acknowledge the advantages of making sure employees are inoculated against the most recent strain of influenza. But the benefits may extend even further than most of us thought.
We all look forward to the many outdoor activities that only the summer can bring us. But while you’re planning and preparing for your fun-filled events, doctors across the country likely are preparing for you.
Do you find yourself staring listlessly out the window at work? Or nodding off over your keyboard? No, you're not just lazy. (Well, you may be.) But you may also have summer fatigue.
Here’s a summertime office conundrum that has baffled many -- it’s sweltering outside, but freezing in your office. Most modern office buildings seem to have a one-size-fits-all approach to accommodating employees' comfort levels for heating and air conditioning, making it nearly impossible to please everyone at the same time.
It’s supposed to be a time for relaxation, vacations and family time, but if you don’t plan ahead and plan wisely, summer time travels can end up costing a pretty penny or just being pretty boring.
Unfortunately, children have this strange misconception that summer vacation means non-stop fun for everyone. They have a hard time grasping that most parents can’t take the entire summer off to keep them entertained. Parents have to get creative with keeping their kids engaged and active during the summer.