The future is uncertain, but with some foresight you can increase your chances of being happy in it, Lifehack’s Chris Ellis writes. The secret is to focus on who you want to be in the future and to take steps to become that person each day. Here are some ways Ellis suggests you can do just that.
Some employers are turning to technology companies such as Retrofit to help employees shed pounds and kick unhealthy habits, Lora Kolodny writes in The Wall Street Journal.
Say “ummm” no more ... Be nice or your company will pay the price ... Bigger is better when it comes to coffee cups.
If you’re struggling to be a leader, consider these tips from Dan McCarthy.
Technology entrepreneur Daniel Gulati sat down with a group of professionals working in a variety of fields to discuss their greatest career regrets and found five major themes.
Stress ranks above physical inactivity and obesity as the No. 1 workforce health issue, according to the 2013/2014 Towers Watson Staying@Work Survey. However, only 15% of employers identify improving employees’ emotional and mental health—by reducing stress and anxiety—as a top priority of their health and productivity programs.
If you received a promotion and suddenly found yourself supervising people who were your peers the day before, would you know how to break the ice and make a smooth transition?
A 2013 study by OfficeTeam found that aside from getting paid, employees are most thankful for ...
Sharon Salzberg is an author, meditation instructor and founder of the Insight Meditation Society. Recently, she answered questions about how administrative professionals can find more happiness in their work.
Every office has a go-to guy or gal who people count on to deliver in any situation. It’s possible to become the go-to if you try, says Kelly Gurnett, assistant editor of Brazen Life.