Cities Where Techies are Happiest

The job satisfaction of technology executives has become of increasing concern to U.S. companies, as the role of technology has become ever-more mission critical.

Overall, America’s Chief Information Officers report having rather high levels of job satisfaction. But things are better in some cities than in others…

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Bosses, Heal Thyself

Companies and bosses are always talking about the skill set they wish their workers had, but what about the boss’ skills?

After all, a company can get by with one or two less-than-perfect employees, but an incompetent manager can ruin the place.

A new study from staffing firm…

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Corporate Boards Still Lack Diversity

“Diversity” has been a buzzword for corporations in recent years. As companies look to serve an increasingly diverse customer base they often tout their progress in diversifying their workforce. However, when it comes to the top positions there’s still work to be done.

This was the finding of a…

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When Your Exciting New Job Becomes Old Hat

When does the honeymoon end with a new job? For some, it happens on the first day – but most employees are happiest in their first year on the job, a new study from staffing firm Robert Half and Happiness Works finds.

The study shows that professionals with between one and…

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Most Employees Complain of Work Stress

Few of us avoid experiencing work stress. For the majority of us, it’s increased during the past five years.

Those are the findings of a recent survey of employees conducted by staffing firm Accountemps.

According to Accountemps more than half (52 percent) of workers said they are stressed at…

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