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Majority of companies want staff back on-site, but half of employees surveyed said they'd look for a new job if required to be in the office five days a week.
New research from Robert Half shows employees' ideal work environment and feelings about returning to the office full time.
Tampa, Miami, and Raleigh top list of U.S. cities where employees often log over eight hours a day at home, finds Robert Half research.
More than half of office professionals who transitioned to a remote setup say they have better work-life balance without a commute, according to new Robert Half research.
When it comes to workplace morale, 78% of employees at companies that celebrate sports events like March Madness say they improve team spirit.
One-third of professionals polled by Accountemps said they always go to the office with cold or flu symptoms.
A new survey of CFOs reveals that inappropriate reimbursement submissions are on the rise. Here are some of the most outrageous ones.
Managers and employees alike see positive impact on their workplaces during the fast-paced weeks of the NCAA Tournament each spring, according a survey by staffing firm Robert Half.
A new survey finds that a majority of tech leaders are confident they can disconnect from emails, but think employees may find it difficult to detach.
A recent survey from Robert Half shows that professionals want more choices when it comes to when — and where — they work.
Despite their bosses' concerns over productivity and security, 64% of employees plan to shop online at work this holiday season. Which cities are most guilty of "workshopping?"
As the spookiest day of the year approaches, staffing firm Robert Half highlights the cities with the most hair-raising commutes.
Many companies are moving toward open workspaces, but a new survey shows employees think they are among the least productive and most stressful work environments.
Employees in the United States, the Netherlands and Germany ranked highest in terms of on-the-job happiness.
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.
Four trends are transforming the legal profession; new future law office research reveals workplace changes and indicates that specialties are in demand.
Lack of organization or a set agenda tend to sabotage the most well intentioned business meetings, according to the survey.
Businesses of all sizes can benefit by implementing programs that allow professionals to transition into retirement and remain engaged with the firm.
Just in time for summer, a new survey indicates that four in 10 workers don't use all their time because they want to save days or have too much work.
For many hiring managers, evaluating a job applicant may feel like going on a blind date: the applicant looks good on paper but disappoints in person.