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With the Game of Thrones series finale near — "Absence is coming," according to a new survey from The Workforce Institute at Kronos.
A new survey finds Gen Z employees are most productive when working around noise, while Baby Boomers need quiet to get work done.
A safety walk-around can be an important part of identifying safety hazards in the workplace and communicating those dangers to employees.
More than a third of employees rank office food as one of their top three office perks, alongside vacation time and professional development, finds new research from ZeroCater.
The safety of the work environment was among the top criteria employees consider when evaluating a new job offer, according to a new survey.
Despite increased spending on deterrence and detection, new survey finds insider attacks are increasing in frequency and in cost of remediation.
While a sloppy or disorganized desk can be annoying or distracting, a desk that’s too clean can also raise red flags.
A nationwide survey conducted by the firm during September 2016 reveals that four in five employers will grant workers Thanksgiving and the following day off with pay.
For organizations looking to increase returns on the human capital of their workforce, simply rearranging employee seating may be one of the most cost-effective resources at their disposal.
More than half of employees report feeling overworked and burnt out (53%), but the overwhelming majority (86%) are still happy at work and motivated to rise in their organization, according to the inaugural Workplace Index conducted by Staples Advantage.
While facility managers often institute energy management programs in their buildings, how many actually take the time to survey employees to find out who—if anyone—is actively engaged in the program? One manager is looking for survey assistance.
Employees at plumbing manufacturer Sloan came out to raise funds for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.