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What It Really Means When Companies Say ‘Pay Is Competitive’
A New Study Says 1 Critical Choice Leads To More Diversity In Hiring
20 Years Later, Here’s What ‘Legally Blonde’ Got Right And Wrong
People Are Filming The Moment They Quit Their Toxic Jobs, And It’s A Journey
4 Overlooked Benefits More Companies Should Be Offering Right Now
Want To Feel The Best Effects Of Coffee? Don’t Drink It First Thing In The Morning.
13 TikToks About The Real, Funny Struggle Of Returning To An Office
WORK ON FILM
The Best Part Of The Movie ‘Soul’ Is Its Hidden Lesson About Work
HBO’s ‘Los Espookys’ Is The Best Workplace Comedy To Watch Right Now
20 Years Later, ‘Office Space’ Still Nails 3 Crucial Workplace Truths
Disabled Doctors Were Called Too ‘Weak’ To Be In Medicine. It’s Hurting The Entire System.
More than a dozen doctors with disabilities say discrimination, lack of support and “grind culture” make it nearly impossible to thrive in their chosen careers.
11 Mistakes People Make On Staycations
Experts share common missteps people make when "traveling" in their own hometowns.
This Coffee Drink Comes From The Coffee Plant, But It's Not Coffee
Learn about its health benefits, where to find it and how to prepare it.
Before You Write A Nasty Yelp Review, Here's What Restaurant Workers Want You To Know
Industry insiders share the kind of comments that can actually help them, as well as those that hurt the most.
Study: 4-Day Work Week Trials See 'Overwhelming Success' In Iceland
"Worker wellbeing dramatically increased across a range of indicators, from perceived stress and burnout to health and work-life balance."
These Are Your Rights At Work When It Is Dangerously Hot
Do you have to do your job in excessive heat? Here's what federal law says.
Heat Waves Prompt Workers To Walk Off The Job
A doughnut shop. A Jack In The Box. A Hooters. Workers all over say their workplaces are too hot as the U.S. bakes.
This One Visualization Trick Will Help You Make Big Decisions
When deciding between two job options, it's important to look beyond what's on paper.
How To Make Sure Your Work Is Noticed (Without Being Obnoxious)
There's a myth that hard work speaks for itself, but it's not true. You need to be advocating for yourself.
6 Things To Do In The Morning To Be Happier At Work
Mornings set the tone for the day. Here's how to use them to boost your mood and weather hard times.
People On TikTok Are Sharing What It's Like To Work Their Unusual Jobs
The videos are like "Dirty Jobs" meet a viral TikTok dance challenge.
Woman Wore Same Hawaiian Shirt To 264 Zoom Meetings — And No One Noticed
"The first month, I was like, this is really funny. Then it’d be like, oh, I’m still wearing this," she told Inside Edition.
How To Pull Out Of A Job Opportunity Without Burning Bridges
When you don't want the role but you do want the contacts, you have to be strategic.
Here's Why Your Next Work Meeting Should Not Be A Zoom Call
We've been using Zoom wrong all this time: Off-camera meetings have an advantage over video meetings, research finds.
Great Prime Day Deals That'll Upgrade Your Home Office
From desks to office chairs to laptop stands and tech, check out these Amazon deals to upgrade your WFH setup.
Awesome Smart Home And Tech Gadgets On Sale Right Now For Prime Day
From smart plugs to robot vacuums and tricked-out security systems, you don't want to miss these deals.
The Best Prime Day Deals On AirPods, Earbuds And Headphones
You've been coveting them, and now they're on sale.
Office Culture Is So Unwelcoming To Black Employees, They Don't Want To Go Back
More Black professionals want flexible work policies than their white, Asian and Latinx colleagues. Researchers blame office culture.
Hiring Experts Say These Are The Most Revealing Questions They Ask In Interviews
There's a helpful formula you can use to answer any curveball question.
Biden Administration Bails On COVID-19 Safety Regulation For Most Workers
Labor Secretary Marty Walsh said a rule made through OSHA would apply only to health care settings, drawing fire from worker safety advocates.
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