Office Party Anxiety

Do you suffer from office party anxiety? A surprising number of people do. In fact, many women worry more about the office party than any other holiday event, according to a survey from QVC.

QVC surveyed over 1,500 American women about their confidence and concerns around annual holiday parties…

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The Government Cares About How Much You Stand, Reach and Lift at Work

The next time you stand up and stretch at work, know this: Big Brother is watching you, and measuring your efforts.

More specifically, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics is keeping track of how much we stand, walk, stretch, lift and otherwise work while we’re at work.

All…

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Don’t Make These Job Search Blunders

Some job candidates are so over-eager to impress that they make mistakes. Others blunder simply because they don’t bother to prepare for a job interview. The successful candidates prepare, avoid over-reach and keep their cool.

Staffing firm Accountemps recently asked chief financial officers to relate their experiences…

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Most Employees Shop While at Work, Survey Finds

A survey from staffing firm Robert Half Technology finds that most U.S. workers are shopping while at work.

Nearly two-thirds (65 percent) of employees admit to minimizing their screens when a manager approaches during an online shopping session.

Sixty four percent say they have used their lunch break…

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Incomes Are Rising in the U.S., But Not in All Places

We’ve seen some healthy increases in incomes across the country recently, with the average rise in personal income hitting 4.7 percent nationally in 2015. However, not all areas of the country benefited equally.

In fact, personal income grew in 2015 in 2,552 counties, fell in 548, and…

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