Would You Rather Have The Career Of Your Dreams Or Equal Pay?

You hear people complain all the time about how they don't make enough money. But, when it comes down to it, is money the most important thing to most people when it comes to their job? Not necessarily, according to the responses in a new survey. The New York Post reports that the "Talk Money…

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,…

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…

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…

Mean Girls At Work

There has been a whole lot out recently about how people are being treated in the workplace and how they treat others. Well, there's a new University of Arizona workplace study that finds that apparently women are being meaner than ever to each other at work.  That's according to the New York Post that says the…

Most Troublesome Types Of Coworkers & How To Deal With Them

Do you have that one coworker that drives you crazy? You're not alone. But, what to do??? The Huffington Post put together a list of the most common types of coworkers based on complaints that therapists hear the most from their clients. Plus, they give some suggestions on tactful ways to deal with them. Click Huffington…