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What Would Happen If You Stopped Checking Your Email At Work?

What Would Happen If You Stopped Checking Your Email At Work?

Going email free on weekends is a time management best practice. Every guru seems to agree that you should misplace the iPhone or Blackberry on Friday night, and check it only once or twice for emergencies before Sunday evening. That way you can feel relaxed without feeling tethered to work. Read More »

Could Your Company Say 'Goodbye' To Email And 'Hello' To Social Networks?

Could Your Company Say 'Goodbye' To Email And 'Hello' To Social Networks?

By Mary Lorenz If you had to guess, what percentage of emails do you get on a daily basis that you really need? And not just, "You have to see this YouTube video of a kitten playing with a crocodile" need but really need? Read More »

Fewer Layoffs, Lower Inflation Give Economy A Lift

Fewer Layoffs, Lower Inflation Give Economy A Lift

By Christopher S. Rugaber WASHINGTON -- The economy is off to a fast start in 2012. The outlook for hiring is improving now that unemployment benefit applications are near a four-year low. Inflation is tame, business travel is rising and the depressed housing market is showing signs of improvement after... Read More »

Slow Steady Employment Growth, More 'Virtual Jobs' On Tap For 2012

Slow Steady Employment Growth, More 'Virtual Jobs' On Tap For 2012

Though the job market by several measures remains sluggish, the employment outlook for 2012 calls for continued, albeit modest, improvement. A recent survey by Manpower Inc. shows that many U.S. businesses expect to hire more workers during the first three months of the new year. "Slow, but steady momentum... Read More »

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