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Nearly all executives surveyed by Korn Ferry say they'll be happy when the U.S. mid-term elections are over.
Companies project nearly one-fourth of global workforces will use co-working spaces in five years, according to recent survey.
Healthier, more sustainable buildings give employers a hiring edge to attract best in class talent, according to a new USGBC survey.
A Delaware pet supply company is now offering employees annual “Paw-ternity” leave as part of its benefits package. Do pet-friendly workplaces make for happier employees?
Workplace data tells a story, and facility management’s interpretation matters.
New research shows violence in America's emergency departments is increasing, causing harm to physicians, staff, and patients.
Workers in construction, transportation, manufacturing, and utilities have more risk factors for fatigue, but are less concerned about it, finds NSC report.
Healthcare staff find introducing technology to their facility has improved hygiene compliance and infection control.
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.
The Healthy Hand Washing Survey by Bradley Corporation reveals that 56% of workers have seen colleagues leave the restroom without washing their hands.
If you think your job is making you fat, you're not alone: 45% of workers say they've gained weight in their current job, according to new survey.
New research from BOMA International and Building Engines uncovers challenges and keys to success in commercial real estate technology selection, integration, and adoption.
Shred-it report reveals increase in remote and off-site employees, vulnerable paper trails, unmanned computers, and lack of information security training are contributing to information security gaps.
The template helps companies determine areas of focus to foster an inclusive workplace for underrepresented groups across race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, and more.
Nearly half of workers employed by technology laggards feel like outdated devices are limiting their productivity, according to a new Unisys Corporation study.
With the annual Take Your Dog To Work Day celebration just a week away, surveys reveal employees' desire to bring their furry friends to work, and benefits for pet-friendly businesses.
An employer with 1,000 employees can expect to lose more than $1 million each year due to employee fatigue, according to new NSC survey.
A new study looks at five top trends within today’s workplaces, and compares the findings to the initial research from over a decade ago.
Senior managers think people become less rude as they move up the corporate ladder, according to a recent survey. Employees have a different take.
As teleworking and coworking grows in popularity, the village of Tofino, British Columbia, is exploring the feasibility of creating a new community for global nomads.
Fifteen percent of workers have argued with a coworker about office temperature, and 19 percent have secretly changed the temperature during the summer, according to a new CareerBuilder survey.
The hour-long lunch break may be dead, and its demise may be killing employee job satisfaction at American workplaces, according to a recent survey by Tork.
More than four in 10 workers have cried on the job; Nearly the same number of executives say that’s fine, according to a new Accountemps survey.
A new study from Lucidchart and The Economist Intelligence Unit reveals the causes and consequences of communication breakdowns in the workplace.
Pay toilets aren't common these days, but 56% of Americans say they'd consider paying as long as they were guaranteed a clean, well-stocked public restroom.
More than a third of millennials use their phones for personal activities up to two hours during the workday, according to a new report from Udemy.
Companies that discontinue remote work and other forms of flexibility undercut productivity and collaboration gains, according to new research from the Flex+Strategy Group.
A new poll reveals that 62 percent of Americans believe the nation's electric power transmission grid is vulnerable to cyber or physical attacks from foreign enemies.
Survey finds professionals in Miami most often lose sleep over work-related issues; common culprits include workload, difficult business issues and interpersonal relationships.
More than three-fourths of Americans (76 percent) have experienced a clogged toilet in a public restroom, according to a recent survey from Sofidel.
Whether it’s due to desperation, lack of preparation, or just not having a clue, people do some crazy things during job interviews.
Just in time for the Year of the Dog, a new survey shows 71 percent of millennial pet owners would take a pay cut if they could bring their pet to work.
Mountain View, CA and Detroit, MI top the CareerBliss 2018 Happiest Cities to Work list.
When it comes to workplace safety, employers often miss the mark in critical communication and planning, according to a recent Rave Mobile Safety survey.
Office romance has hit a 10-year low, according to CareerBuilder's Annual Valentine's Day Survey.
While the flu is widespread, Southerners are more worried about catching it than adults in the Northeast, Midwest or West, according to Bradley Corp.’s Annual Healthy Hand Washing Survey.
Due to a failure to plan, Americans let millions of vacation days go to waste each year. National Plan for Vacation Day hopes to remedy that.
According to 72 percent of human resources managers, the day after the big game should be a paid day off from work. That number might have been higher if they had known about the much-anticipated episode of “This Is Us” airing after Super Bowl LII.
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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.