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Getting back to the office in the wake of tragedy

Dec 18, 2012
In Connecticut today, people are heading back to work after Friday's tragic shooting in Newtown.
Posted In: Newtown, shooting, psychology, workplace
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Bringing wellness programs to every worker

Dec 14, 2012
As health care costs climb steadily for employers, wellness programs are moving to the factory floor.
Posted In: workplace, health care, CrossFit, exercise, fitness
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The top places to work in the federal government

Dec 13, 2012
NASA and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation among the best on the list.
Posted In: workplace, Jobs, NASA, FDIC
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Do shared work spaces increase the bottom line?

Dec 7, 2012
Shared, open workplace designs may increase employee creativity and decrease office space costs.
Posted In: workplace, productivity
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Is time wasting really a waste of time?

Nov 8, 2012
We all waste time in different ways at work -- maybe on Twitter or Facebook -- could it actually be beneficial?
Posted In: workplace, time management
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Yea or nay: Whether to talk politics at work

Nov 6, 2012
Politics, like religion and sports, can be a delicate workplace conversation topic. How will the day after play out around the office water cooler?
Posted In: workplace, etiquette, Election 2012
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You can get fired for talking politics at work

Oct 22, 2012
Depending on where you live, and what kind of company you work for, your boss can tell you who they want you to vote for. And they can fire you if you don't.
Posted In: 2012 election, politics, workplace
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What an aging workforce means for the economy

Sep 28, 2012
It seems like there's a new warning every week about our aging population and what it means for government entitlement programs, among other things. Marketplace's Chris Farrell is here to separate fact from fiction.
Posted In: aging, workplace
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Who's responsible for your happiness at work?

Sep 7, 2012
Is it your boss or co-workers? Commentator Teresa Ambile weighs in.
Posted In: Work, workplace, bosses, coworkers
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Dress code: The history of 'business casual'

Aug 17, 2012
How the Aloha State, aging boomers and a bad patch in the economy changed what we wear to work.
Posted In: business casual, dress code, workplace

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