Whatever Works riffs on what's right--and wrong--in the workplace. It seeks best practices from within and outside the workforce, and sometimes takes a stroll down memory lane.
According to a recent survey of 400-plus human resources professionals, 82 percent said their companies do not include social media in their rewards programs. Really? What gives?Read More
Chen, who was born in the United States and is of Chinese heritage, had plastic surgery on her eyes after being told she needed to 'Westernize' her appearance.Read More
When companies promote a learning environment where workers enjoy what they’re doing, those workers are going to want to stay longer.
Working into your late 60s or early 70s is one thing, but working until 100 or beyond? That’s crazy talk, right?Read More
As the Hawks revel in their recent victory over the Bruins, I can't help but think back to how far the team has come in such a short period of time.Read More
It seems to me that some companies are looking for the magical fairy dust that will make the Affordable Care Act compliance issues go away.
Here's hoping some hoop dreams come true for some lucky basketball fans, but success comes with a well-drawn-out play for the interns.Read More
As the clock ticks toward 2014, it seems that there is more to the health care reform law than I realized. There's an anti-discrimination provision in the act that could trigger up to a $500,000 fine for a company if a C-suiter, for instance, gets better or even free health benefits that others don't.Read More