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4 No-nonsense Ways to a Better Work-Life Balance
Balance & Lifestyle / From the Editor / Lifestyle

4 No-nonsense Ways to a Better Work-Life Balance

There’s a growing number of people struggling with their work-life balance. A large percentage of American workers feel their job demands that they should be available 24/7 since they can check in from anywhere using their smartphone. This type of constant availability takes a toll on both a person’s mental […]

4 Reasons Overworking Is Overrated
Business / Business Tips / Careers and Work / Leadership

4 Reasons Overworking Is Overrated

From an early age, many Americans are taught the value of hard work. The harder you work, our society reasons, the more successful and financially prosperous you will be. As a result, companies often demand much of their workforce, and a high percentage of Americans work overtime to meet or […]

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Millennials Say ‘You’re Not the Boss of Me!’

The Millennial generation is here. They feel entitled. They negotiate everything. And they ‘ll tell you exactly what is on their mind…even if you don’t want to know. Let’s see you make a team, and a profit out of that! Before we go any further (and before those of you […]

Balance & Lifestyle / Careers and Work

The Myth of Work/Life Balance

Seven Ways to Rethink Your Approach to the Daily Grind (and Get Happier in the Process!) If you’ve been killing yourself trying to achieve daily work/life balance, Jon Gordon warns that it may be a pipe dream. He offers up another (better) solution. In a perfect world, “work” and “home” […]

7 Tips for WorkShifting
Careers and Work

7 Tips for WorkShifting

By Marilyn Weinstein First and for the record, I am not much of a fan of the word, “workshifting”. Why not café-muting? Why not telecommanywhereing? I hate WorkShifting. Silly. Really. Anyway, apparently the term is defined as the concept of “working from wherever”. Whereas “telecommuting” seems (in hindsight, to some) […]

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