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For knowledge workers, it's just plain unproductive to try to work 8 hours at a stretch.
Goodwill Industries isn't spreading good will when it comes to paying some of its disabled employees a fair wage.
Researchers have found a link between level of attractiveness and cruelty in the office.
In the shadow of Atlanta skyscrapers, Nottingham Nectar has the neighbors buzzing and at least one restaurant buying.
The Dunkin' Donuts CSR report has some exciting news for environmental advocates – a commitment to switching to recyclable paper cups.
Do you know who to call if you have a structured settlement and need cash now? I do.
From your office chair to what's available to eat, your place of work can have a real impact on your health.
Silicon Valley claims that the nation doesn't have enough highly educated technical workers to fill in-demand jobs, but are these claims legitimate?
Even if you're a childless individual with little in the way of assets, you should have a will.
Here's how to keep your feet and legs from becoming an achy mess at the end of the day.
Looking for a CEO job and know Sanskrit? Do you have Bill Clinton on speed dial?
Researchers discovered that that giving employees one flu day resulted in a more than 25 percent drop in influenza infections due to workplace transmission.
After a NYC sushi restaurant banned tipping, I reached out to MNN readers to see what they thought of the move.
These 10 states now ban employers from pulling a prospective employee's credit report.
Do you have a strong work ethic, a knack for leadership and an interest in helping others? If so, you may have what it takes to be a successful manager.
90 year-old billionaire and Dole CEO David H. Murdock wants to take his company private and will buyout shareholders to make it happen.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.