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Planning the Best Year Ever

It’s a new year, and I’m determined to make it a year full of vibrancy, balance and wellness! Because I just desire more and more happiness in life.   867 more words

Reclaiming Vibrancy

Grousing Into The Void

by

J.C. Schildbach, LMHC

I’m in one of those spells where everything writing-wise is coming out all wrong. It’s not writer’s block, as such. I’ve been writing—some. 506 more words

Psychology

Happiness Prescription.

In his book, How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big, Scott Adams offers a five-point prescription for happiness.  He writes:  “The primary culprit in your bad moods is a deficit in one of the big five: … 544 more words

Self Improvement

More Companies Offer Family Flexibility Programs, But Few Employees Participate

Companies are stepping up to offer flexible family leave programs, but more than 90% of workers of both genders are reluctant to take advantage of them for fear of harming their careers. 906 more words

Just-in-time or on-call work schedules: is it time to make some changes?

Imagine having to schedule your week around being available for work at an hour’s notice, or just about as bad, having your shift cancelled at the very last minute of your day – and this for a minimum wage job with limited hours. 440 more words

Smart Biz

Book Review: Unequal Time: Gender, Class, and Family in Employment Schedules

Unequal Time: Gender, Class, and Family in Employment Schedules. By Dan Clawson Naomi Gerstel . New York: The Russell Sage Foundation, 2014. 324 pp. ISBN 978-0-87154-014-0, $35 (Paperback). 251 more words

Organizational Studies

Employers Achieve Victories in Maryland General Assembly

Maryland employers achieved victories this legislative session with the defeat of several bills that would have harmed businesses of all sizes. It is encouraging that none of these bills made it to the floor of either Chamber for a vote, but rather died in their respective legislative committees. 267 more words

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