Do you feel stuck in a rut? Expected to be shooting up the HR/benefit career ladder at this stage in the game? We all have bad habits, but bringing your baggage to the office can be the difference between soaring or stalling in your career. Ilya Pozin, an entrepreneur and founder of Pluto.TV, Open Me and Ciplex, offers six common workplace bad habits to break if you want to continue moving up the career ladder.
Commentary: How obesity is secretly hurting your employer clients bottom lines and what strategies you can help implement to combat it.
Online dating site eHarmony is venturing into the hiring and recruiting world with the launch of a new careers platform.
If youre bored at work, it can really be getting in your way and making it more difficult to be productive. When you have a lot to bring to a job, you want your muscles exercised. You want your brain to be busy. You want to solve hard problems yourself and with other smart people. Human Workplace, a coaching and consulting firm, has created this list of seven signs you might be too smart for your job. (Image credit: Fotolia)
Productivity can be a big problem, even at benefit brokerages and agencies and other types of businesses. Employers recently shared some real-life examples with the staffing company CareerBuilders of some of the more unusual things they've seen employees doing when they should have been busy working.
Minimum-wage activists seized on a decision against McDonalds by the National Labor Relations Boards general counsel Tuesday, saying the move may make it easier to unionize workers and ultimately raise wages.
A new national bipartisan legislative effort is using an incentivized approach to push more employers to offer paid family and medical leave to their employees.
Commentary: Meditation is not just some quirky, hippy philosophy; it is actually grounded in physiology. Some companies have taken these benefits so seriously that they have dedicated quiet rooms within the office so employees can meditate.
Employees across the country can expect to see an average increase of 3% in base salaries in the coming year, and some experts are advising employers to remember that if budgets are tight, there are other means to keep employees happy.
More than half of Americans are worried that they will not have enough money when they retire, while others are living paycheck-to-paycheck. Without a focused workforce, employee productivity takes a nosedive and absenteeism increases, according to a new FinFit survey. And the epidemic is not going away anytime soon, signaling a red flag for employers to embrace financial wellness solutions. Here are five indicators on how bad it has become and where to begin.
With cloud computing and mobile devices making remote work more convenient than ever, employers are increasingly offering telecommuting or work-from-home hours as part of their benefits package. The number of employees that telecommute multiple days per week increased almost 80% from 2005 to 2012, according to GlobalWorkplaceAnalytics.com. Here are the top 25 employers listing at-home positions for hire on FlexJobs.
Most traditional wellness programs dangle carrots, but cant really move the dial when it comes to lasting employee engagement. We've uncovered the secret motivator that leads to sustained healthy behavior changes. In this webinar, youll learn simple tricks to incorporate peer influence into your wellness program and inspire your employees to get involved. Implement this strategy and not only will your employees thank you, their friends and families will too.
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More than two-thirds of state and local public employees feel confident that they will have enough money to live comfortably in retirement.
Over the next decade, the number of cancer survivors is expected to increase by 30%, and improvements in both detection and treatment have led cancer to become, in some cases, more of a chronic condition than a terminal illness.
Employers are spending more money to keep their employees healthy, even if it means sacrificing other benefits.