Find out how green workplace trends are reducing the environmental impact of doing business.
Why not make work as enjoyable as you can? Besides, some of these ideas might make your co-workers smile, too.
Workers who took public transportation also reported a larger feeling of emotional satisfaction compared to those who drove.
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Take a tour of Box Office, the first commercial office building in the U.S. built from retired shipping containers.
Research finds that those who work near windows sleep better and have a higher quality of life than those who don't get a daily dose of sunlight.
Sitting is bad for your health, so why not swap your desk seat with one of these solutions?
To land the 'Avatar' sequels, this up-and-coming studio lot initiated a serious carbon-neutral upgrade.
Because nothing can break one's spirit quite like dreary overhead office lighting, the LED revolutionists at Cree have stepped in to save the day (and some energy).
Bringing nature into the workplace can give you a bit more energy and reduce stress.
New report finds that women start dropping out of the sciences as soon as they graduate from high school.
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Several employees here at Mother Nature Network have switched to standing desks. Would they go back to sitting? How do they feel? Don't their feet hurt?
Productivity doesn't have to end just because there's three inches of snow on the ground.
Video: If you've ever experienced a conference call, you're familiar with the technical challenges, the dropped calls and the people who talk over one another. Now imagine if that happened in an in-person meeting.
From at-your-desk jam sessions to setting aside emails while on a deadline, here are some ways to make your day at the office a little smoother.
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