Whether you call it a lunch coma or the midday blues, it's a brain zapping dullness that leaves you staring blankly at your monitor. A new study gives us another way to explain the drain, and it's all about rewards.
If you're planning to leave your smartphone or laptop at home when you go on vacation this month, you might want to think again. The unplugged getaway is so last year.
There are plenty of ways a mental health day can be good for you. But if you take them for the wrong reasons they could backfire—and actually make your mental health worse.
The truth is, employee recognition knows no calendar – it’s an important part of company culture all year long and probably always will be. Here are three reasons why that’s so.
When searching for a new job, you want to show potential employers that you have up-to-date training and knowledge. However, some jobs are more training-heavy than others.
It's skill alignment that really counts in today's workforce. Which means occasionally taking a risk and embracing new challenges in order to learn and broaden your outlook.
Distractions are a fact of life, but there are definitely ways to optimize your office and minimize their effect.