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It may be surprising to learn that the breakroom is a primary hotspot harboring germs in the workplace.
New survey from Brother International Corporation reveals that companies with centralized copiers and printers can waste thousands of hours a year.
Open office plans are touted for encouraging collaboration, reducing real estate costs, and increasing overall productivity. But the lack of privacy and possibly problematic acoustics can also present a downside.
While some facilities professionals have had to deal with the practical (and sometimes not so pleasant) hygienic aspects of pets in the workplace, employees can often benefit. If you have any dog tales to share, there is a contest out there waiting for you.
ADP Research Institute® study offers first in-depth look at garnishment rates by type, income, age, and gender.
A recent study found the negative effects of workplace stress vary by gender and, to a lesser extent, age.
Traditionally, companies have kept their health and safety functions separate, hindering collaboration even though it is crucial for organizations to integrate these functions.
The Comcast phone call from hell has been making the rounds, going viral and shaming the company into issuing public apologies for its atrocious treatment of one lone customer. Alas, there are all too many of these incidents out there, and Comcast is not the only offender. And when Americans waste time dealing with service industry issues during work hours, businesses take a massive productivity hit.
The survey results prompted PGi to launch a campaign, (#TakeBack60) dedicated to providing productivity tips, technology resources, and work/life balance ideas to help workers reclaim 60 minutes from their overworked week.
Employers “care about my health,” say workers, but could do more to back it up. Two out of three employees surveyed feel their employer cares, but fewer see tangible evidence.