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Mon, Sep 22, 2014 2:30 AM
Why not make work as enjoyable as you can? Besides, some of these ideas might make your co-workers smile, too.
Modern society requires a whole new set of manners, but don't worry — etiquette expert Barbara Pachter's got you covered.
For employees who dread going back to work on Mondays, preparing on Friday may help ease anxiety.
The coffee chain takes a jab at D.C. with a unity-inspired pay-it-forward promotion.
Women taking major positions of power help all working women get taken more seriously.
In reprinting an inverted stamp to commemorate a famous mistake, the Postal Service has included a handful of right-side-up ones to spark some stamp-buying madness.
Boasting breathtaking design and extensive collections, here are some of the most remarkable bookstores from around the globe.
Who needs the rat race when you can work from paradise?
It's become increasingly difficult for employees to completely separate their personal and professional online lives.
Facebook’s $120 million housing community might just bring the old 'company town' concept back into fashion.
The EBT cards that have replaced food stamps are accepted at many farmers markets, but not all vendors are set up to accept them. Some markets are getting creative to make sure all SNAP recipients have access to fresh, local, healthy food.
A study found that while working through lunch did result in employees appearing more tired, the effect was reduced when employees felt it was their decision.
From viral videos to public emails, it's easier than ever to make a statement when you quit your job. But is that a good idea?
Are you a furloughed government employee? Become a personal concierge or finish that novel!
Navigating the ins and outs of the new health care laws can be tricky, especially with some states offering different plans.
A crowdsourced innovation platform suggests that if you really want to solve a problem, you should ask someone who doesn't know so much about it.
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