Want a 4-Day Work Week? A New Study Shows Success With An Extra Day Off

The dream of a four day work week could be reality if companies follow the example of a New Zealand business. Perpetual Guardian manages estates, trusts and wills. They gave their 240 employees four-day work weeks in March and April. They only worked 32 hours but were paid for 40. Researchers studied the results. They…

Workplace Trend: Promotions Without Pay Increase

There's a workplace trend that is becoming more common--AND more accepted. More and more people are being offered a promotion up the corporate ladder, but there is no pay increase for the extra responsibility. Do you think the extra experience on your resume is worth doing more work for the same money? This issue was…

Job Front: What Are The Biggest Workplace Etiquette Fails

When it comes to etiquette in your workplace, what is the thing that triggers you most? Turns out, you're likely to have a pretty different opinion depending on whether you're the boss or an employee. A new poll from Accountemps finds that 34% of upper level managers finds missing or running late for a meeting to be…

How Not To Let One Bad Thing Derail Your Whole Day

We all have unfortunate moments when we aren't at our best. But, just because you have some bad things happen it doesn't mean your whole day has to be a bust. Instead of having a melt down, The Huffington Post says there are some things the experts recommend you do to save your day. One of…

Top Careers That Attract The Most Psychopaths Might Surprise You

You might be surprised to find out that some seemingly normal careers are full of maniacs. In fact, certain jobs actually attract certain personality types because of some of the qualities that make those people uniquely qualified to do the job. According to Business Insider, psychopaths have certain characteristics that make them charismatic, gutsy and…

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,…

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…