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The Etiquette of 'Friending' Coworkers

The Etiquette of 'Friending' Coworkers

Do you ‘friend’ your co-workers? Many do, but the pros at OfficeTeam want you to keep a few things in mind.

“While the lines between our personal and professional lives continue to blur, not everyone’s comfortable connecting with colleagues on digital channels,” said Brandi Britton, a district president…

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Workers Are Suspiciously Positive About Their Bosses

Workers Are Suspiciously Positive About Their Bosses

America’s bosses can relax: workers have a high degree of confidence in the competence and ability of the people who lead their companies. Really.

Workers in a recent Robert Half Management Resources survey cast a vote of confidence for executives leading their firms.

Approximately eight in 10 professionals polled…

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More Than a Quarter of American Parents Would Share Marijuana with Their Adult Children Read More
U.S. Businesses Spend $2.66 to Combat Every Dollar of Fraud, According to LexisNexis Study Read More
Most “Avoidable” ER Visits Really Aren’t, Say the Docs

Most “Avoidable” ER Visits Really Aren’t, Say the Docs

There’s a common belief that “avoidable” emergency room visits are a major driver of high health care costs. Some new research sheds light on this phenomenon.
The American College of Emergency Physicians says that only 3.3% of all visits to emergency departments are classified as “avoidable,” according to…

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Can You Foster a Hurricane Pet?

Can You Foster a Hurricane Pet?

Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have caused much devastation in recent days. Some of the most helpless victims of these storms are pets. This is because when people are displaced, so are their furry friends. Many pets risk being abandoned, or worse. You can help.

Adopt-a-Pet.com, North America…

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