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Yes, Flexible Hours Ease Stress. But Is Everyone on Board?

By By PHYLLIS KORKKI
AUG. 23, 2014

Everyone with a job knows how stressful it can be when personal priorities clash with work schedules. The conflict could involve a continuing medical concern, taking care of children or aging parents, or getting enough exercise or running errands. 632 more words

Leadership

My life working in Cambodia and experiencing random faux pas

I’m getting into the swing of things now in Cambodia. I have settled into my consulting role at the microfinancing organisation and have got into some kind of routine. 1,078 more words

The novelty of being jobless is wearing off

Week 2 at home since I left my job as a digital marketing manager. My home-bound situation is temporary until I leave for Spain in a week’s time to study Spanish, yet there is still a stark case of cabin fever setting in. 271 more words

Office

Wolfgang

Check all the emergency exits,
leftover inventory should be stocked,
the isles are clear and equipment is returned.
Exit through the red double doors
as the last person takes their leave… 113 more words

General Writing

Creative Roads Not Taken – and Don’t Do This at Work!

Only two people were there – me, and my boss at the time – plus, there were recurrences with new managers.

(Front note: Here is where my creative inspiration flourished. 3,019 more words

Memoirish

Webinar Wednesdays

They’re back…work-life webinars, provided to you by our employee assistance program (EAP), Guidance Resources, have been scheduled on Wednesdays for the months of September and October. 251 more words

Work-Life

Why Half of America Hates Their Jobs

Kensho by Susan Steinbrecher

Americans are quitting their jobs on their own volition because they are seeking more personal fulfillment in their workplace lives.

Several recent studies confirm that employee turnover rates are on the rise. 718 more words

Economy