Workplace Study: Being Stressed Out At Work Might Have A Benefit

Nobody likes to be stressed out at work. However, there's new research out that says it might not be such a bad thing after all. According to EurekAlert!, the study in the Journal of Applied Psychology finds that the things on the job that are most likely to induce anxiety are deadlines, numerous management/organizational changes,…

Experts Say This Is The Best Time To Take A Break At Work

You've been at work for about 5 minutes...is it time for a break yet? A study has narrowed down the best time to take a break to help you successfully make it through the rest of your workday. Elite Daily reports that the Baylor University study looked at workers of all ages and discovered that…

On The Job: Lies People Tell At Work

Think you're a pretty honest person at work? You're a good employee, right? You show up on time, you're friendly with your coworkers, etc. But do you always tell the truth? Maybe not. It turns out we may be telling more lies at work than we realize. That's according to Business Insider that reports that…

Surprising Things Americans Will Do For A Pay Raise

American workers have weighed in on some surprising things they would do in exchange for an immediate 10% pay increase. What is having the right to vote worth to you? You might be surprised to find out that there's a new survey in which a growing number of people reveal that they'd be willing to…

Workplace Trend: Letting Employees Know They Are Fired Via Text

No doubt texting and e-mail has taken over how many of us communicate with others on a daily basis--even at work. But, where do you draw the line? The New York Post reports that a new workplace study finds that more and more Millennial employees not only prefer most of their communication at work to…

How Much Time Workers Waste During March Madness

Think your co-workers are wasting time during March Madness? You'd be right, but just how much time are they blowing on the basketball tournament and their brackets? The New York Post cites a study by employment firm Robert Half International that says during the NCAA tournament people at work burn an average of 25 1/2…