Trust me; work habits know no generational boundaries.Read More
You could also argue that telecommuting originated with Yahoo’s Silicon Valley neighbor Hewlett-Packard. In 1967, the pioneering computer-maker allowed its plant in Germany to offer flextime—a truly radical concept at the time. HP then implemented large-scale telecommuting in the mid-1990s as technology advanced.Read More
'If you don't know someone who has been afflicted by cancer, chances are good that your colleague does.'Read More
Bowls of sweets may be filled with the best of intentions, but it can take a vat full of self-restraint to keep from eating that second, third or even fourth peanut butter cup.Read More
There is a large contingent of HR and benefits managers who face implementation now, during the holiday season no less.
Six Sigma’s debut in Florida’s social-services circles was as well-received as, well, ketchup on ice cream.Read More
It's hard to believe, but a Deloitte study notes that 46 percent of 18- to 24-year-olds would choose Internet access over owning a car.Read More
Politics apparently has joined the menu—at least through November—alongside pepperoni and pineapple as a new pizza topping.Read More