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More workers are calling in sick when they’re not ill. Some feel the need to concoct an unbelievable excuse, according to CareerBuilder’s annual survey.
Cyber security, workforce planning, immigration, medical marijuana, the Affordable Care Act also among the big challenges facing employers in 2018, according to a new XpertHR survey.
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.
Is it time to lose the ping pong table? The majority of active job seekers would sacrifice amenities for a job that offers professional development opportunities, according to the Addison Group’s fourth annual Workplace Survey.
More than half of hospitals' power systems were built before benefits and demands of IoT were known, according to a new Schneider Electric survey.
Just in time for the big feast, Delta Dental's annual Thanksgiving Pie Survey breaks down America's favorite pies.
Staples Workplace Survey reveals the ability to work remote is a “must have” for nearly half of employees.
Four in 10 office workers spend up to 60 minutes every week searching for available desks, conference rooms, or colleagues, finds a new Senion survey.
The holiday season is just around the corner, and that means company parties. Find out which cities have the best—and worst—office celebrations.
Nine out of 10 consumers agree that they are more likely to have an overall negative opinion of an independent business if its public spaces are not clean.
New study finds office design and aesthetics are playing a greater role in recruiting young talent.
With daylight saving time coming to an end soon, it might be a good time to catch up on some sleep.
The West Coast has it in the bag when it comes to the best places in the U.S. to go trick or treating.
"Wasteful" meetings and email continue to be a time-suck and the biggest productivity killers when it comes to getting work done, according to a new study from Workfront.
When searching for a new job, it can be tempting to embellish your resume a bit to grab attention. Here are 10 embarrassing examples of what not to do.
All employees, especially millennials, prefer cell phones for productivity, according to a new survey from Zinwave.
The safety of the work environment was among the top criteria employees consider when evaluating a new job offer, according to a new survey.
Even with protocols in place to prevent cyber attacks, enforcement by management can be lax, according to new survey from Clutch.
Nearly 90% of American workers think the condition of workplace restrooms indicates how much a company values its employees.
Many organizations underestimate floor safety risks and are unaware of high-risk walk zones that exist within their buildings, according to a recent New Pig survey.
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.
Close to half of employees would choose more paid vacation time over a pay raise if given the choice, according to new data from Spherion Staffing.
A new ProQuest survey explores public librarians’ views, plans, and strategies related to space reclamation.
KPMG's 2017 Cyber Healthcare & Life Sciences survey found an increase in the percentage of respondents that were victims of a data breach at healthcare providers and health plans.
In a National Safety Council survey, 97 percent of respondents report at least one risk factor for fatigue — a hidden but deadly epidemic.
Using mobile devices for non-work activities in the office wastes an average of 56 minutes per day, according to a new OfficeTeam survey.
More than 80 percent of employers feel responsible for locating, sharing information with, and confirming safety of mobile employees during critical events, but find it challenging, finds a new report from Everbridge.
Employees in the United States, the Netherlands and Germany ranked highest in terms of on-the-job happiness.
If you haven’t thought about the security of your facility recently, maybe now is the time. Take this short quiz to find out how your facility stacks up.
In honor of today’s National Take Your Dog To Work Day, here’s a handy guide to welcoming pets into the workplace.
Does your company need a Chief Happiness Officer? Nearly 90% of workers think it's a good idea, according to a new report on the workplace from JLL.
About equal percentages of Americans think that automation will be a good or a bad thing for the future world of work, according to a new survey.
The green movement seems unstoppable; both private sector and public opinion is unwavering in rising support for clean energy options, according to a new Deloitte study.