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If you\’re spending your Thanksgiving Day at the office, you\’re not alone, according to a survey.
Just because we\’ve clocked in at work, that doesn\’t mean we\’re working.
Don\’t let anyone bring down your workplace productivity or happiness.
A lot of people feel pressure to check their email even when they\’re not at work or on vacation.
Calling the boss evil is often the go-to
explanation for career dissatisfaction.
A mentally demanding job can be stressful. But, it could also
keep people\’s minds sharp even after they retire.
Some people will spend the weekend catching up on sleep because they feel beat during the week. But there are other strategies to boost energy.
Researchers found that while workers say they like to be challenged by difficult tasks, they really felt happiest when taking on the mundane chores.
An annual CareerBuilder survey spells out some of the more creative excuses people gave for being tardy.
It\’s a common problem in demanding fields, but there\’s a way to handle it if you just want to go home.
Storm delays aside, these are the kinds of work days most employers love. It seems we are more productive when the weather is cold.