More than half of professionals know someone who has skipped work the day after a major sports event. How many football fans will show up for work at your facility on February 4?
Companies are full of holiday cheer this year: Most plan to host holiday parties to end 2018, and 41 percent will spend more than last year. (Don’t even think about skipping.)
A new survey finds more than half of workers take 30 minutes or less for lunch, and 29 percent of employees admit to working during their lunch breaks.
From wayward toilet paper to falling asleep in a meeting, here are 25 embarrassing moments at work that will make you glad they didn’t happen to you.
The holiday season is just around the corner, and that means company parties. Find out which cities have the best—and worst—office celebrations.
Using mobile devices for non-work activities in the office wastes an average of 56 minutes per day, according to a new OfficeTeam survey.
Employees say the hottest summer perks are flexible schedules and summer Fridays, but fewer companies are offering them.
While a sloppy or disorganized desk can be annoying or distracting, a desk that’s too clean can also raise red flags.
While the obsession with college basketball may seem like an unwelcome distraction at work, nearly one in four companies encourage their employees to celebrate the annual NCAA tournament.
It’s that time of year again: Soon, March Madness will take hold and nearly everyone at work will become a rabid college basketball fan.
A new survey reveals the strangest ways workers have resigned from their jobs, forgetting the fact that how they quit can follow them around from job to job.