ADVERTISEMENT
  • The Ugly Truth About Returning to Work Post-Baby
    New mothers are returning to the workforce in droves; however, the reality of going back to work is, often times, a bleak one for working moms. We’ll take a look at why going back to work postpartum is much harder than it may seem.
  • Bill Gates Was Some Lucky Person's Secret Santa on Reddit
    Social media is one of the greatest ways to connect with loved ones and complete strangers around the world – so, why not use it for a nationwide Secret Santa gift exchange? That’s what many companies, big and small, have been doing across the nation to spread some good ol’ holiday spirit. You never know who you might get.
  • Facebook's 'Donate Now' Button Makes Virtual Giving Easy
    Facebook turns its attention to philanthropy as it introduces a “Donate Now” button for its non-profit pages. Donating to your charity of choice is, literally, a click away.
  • Greed Drives the Minimum Wage Debate
    Some economists argue that raising the minimum wage gives more people the power to purchase goods and services, while others say that raising the minimum wage hurts the poor, because businesses aren't able to hire as many low-wage workers. Both arguments are right and wrong at the same time.
  • It's the Hard Knock Life for Working Mothers
    You arrive at work with peanut butter on your skirt and spit up on your shoulder. You duck into the bathroom to apply the lipstick you didn't have time for this morning, and arrive at your desk just a few minutes late. The baby was up all night. Then, things get worse.
  • Justine Sacco: Once Again, Twitter Can Get You Fired

    You'd think a professional PR person of Justine Sacco's title and experience would understand the dangers of inappropriate tweeting -- but apparently, you would think wrong.

  • Why One Company Decided to Nix Management Entirely
    What if your employer told you that you would have full control over your day-to-day functions and responsibilities at work from here on out? One brave company took the road less traveled and did just that. See what led to the decision to eliminate management and give employees full control of their lives and careers.
  • 5 Ways 2013 Was Oh-So-Good to Women in Business
    This past year wasn’t just good for women in business, it was absolutely spectacular! We’ll take a look at five ways women rocked the boat, broke down barriers, and really put themselves on the map in 2013.
  • 3 Career Lessons From 'Duck Dynasty'

    Unless you somehow manage to live a blissfully reality-show-free existence -- and don't read any internet news -- you've probably heard about the Duck Dynasty patriarch's fall from grace. What you probably haven't realized is that there is some good in all of this: namely, it tells you what not to do in the workplace.

  • Money Doesn’t Buy Happiness in Your Career – Purpose Does [infographic]
    A recent poll found that 70 percent of today’s professionals prefer a job that they enjoy, rather than a job that pays well. It looks like money doesn’t buy happiness after all – well, at least not in the workplace.
  • Why Men Doing Housework Is Important for Women’s Careers

    Women make up nearly half of the workforce, spend less time in the house than previous generations, and have less time to keep a home. It would seem reasonable for the housework to be divvied up equally between husband and wife; however, that’s simply not the case.

  • The Government's Laziest Employee Would Do Literally Anything to Avoid Work

    Think your co-workers are lazy? We bet they never told you they were on a CIA mission in Pakistan in order to explain why they weren't at the office. John C. Beale, once the EPA's highest paid employee, did just that. Tomorrow, he'll be sentenced in federal court for defrauding the government of $1 million in salary and benefits.

  • 3 Awesome Changes Coming in 2014 to California's Employment Laws
    It's a great time to live and work in and California. Three important new policy changes are going into effect in 2014 that give additional rights and benefits to employees in that state.
  • 3 Tips for Working Parents to Negotiate Flex-Schedules
    Flexible work arrangements have made returning to work a viable option for mothers who want to continue their careers, post-baby. Here are some tips for working moms to negotiate their way to flex-schedule freedom and, hopefully, get closer to achieving work-life balance.
  • How to Give to Charity This Holiday Season, Even on a Tight Budget
    There are few things in life that make you feel better than giving to others, especially during the holidays. However, when money's tight, charity is often the first to go. We’ll show you how even your spare change can make a big difference this holiday season.
  • Wanting It All Can Leave Working Moms Feeling Empty, Unless…
    Is the pursuit for family, career, and freedom really worth it? If you’re a working mom, you know that the quest to have it all is an endless battle that often leaves women feeling burnt out and unsatisfied in the end.
  • Pantene Encourages Women in Business to #WhipIt Good
    Women in business have been asked to break through, lean in, and now to whip it, thanks to a new Pantene commercial from the Philippines that illustrates the blatant double standards that exist for women in the workplace. Let your hair down, ladies. It’s time to rock out as women take yet another giant leap toward closing the gender gap.
  • Biting the Hand That Feeds: Lululemon’s Founder Steps Down as Chairman
    Lululemon – you either love the brand, or you hate it. And if you were a victim of their see-through yoga pants disaster, then you probably are in the latter group. We’ll take a look at how throwing caution to the wind in business can cause your career to unravel at the seams.
  • How Social Media Is Making Us All Narcissists [Infographic]
    If you're like most of us, your social media feeds are infested with selfies. Let's call it like it is: social media is bringing out the narcissist in all of us – and, boy, is it ugly.
  • Did the Bumpy Obamacare Rollout Save the Economy?

    The bumpy first few weeks of Obamacare might have helped to force Democrats and Republicans to work together on a budget deal. At least, that's Joe Weisenthal's theory over at Business Insider.