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A new study finds that playing the video game World of Warcraft can help employees thrive when working on virtual teams.
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Almost half of the employees in the U.S. do not feel confident in their negotiation skills. Here's how to improve yours.
Producing sloppy work is the employee behavior that annoys bosses most.
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Working in an open office has its downsides. These tools and tips can help you stay productive.
If you follow these tips, your conference calls will be effective and productive.
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Honesty seems to be key for women reentering the workforce.
A college degree is good to have, but less than a third of job listings specifically require one. Hiring managers are more focused on specific workplace skills.
A universal basic income would provide cash payments to every citizen. Is it a realistic solution to modern problems, or is it just pie in the sky?
A fun office atmosphere promotes a better culture of learning, research finds.
Organizations may see a boost in employee productivity by providing them opportunities to eat together.
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Regardless of how many calendar days employees are working per week, the 40-hour standard is becoming a thing of the past.
Technical skills dominate three separate rankings of the top skills employers are looking for.
Interviewing for an out-of-state job? Whether you're traveling there or videoconferencing with the hiring manager, here are some tips to help you succeed.
Whether you're new in the office or just feeling left out, here are eight ways to make friends at work.
Jobs in health care, education and utilities provide certain levels of stability during economic downturns.
Want more productive, inspired workers? Provide them with a quality break room.
Hiring managers may ask some unexpected interview questions to get a better idea of who you are. Here's how to prepare good answers to common insightful questions.
Promoting yourself can be an awkward thing to do, but it is essential to taking the next step in your career. These tips will help you promote yourself in the right way.
Working from home can increase your employees' productivity. Here's how you and your team can make the most of working remotely.
Remote work isn't just for entry-level workers. FlexJobs has identified 15 executive-level jobs that offer telecommuting options.
Employees who care more about the well-being of others than themselves help improve team performance.
Looking for your next job? Make sure your social media profiles are safe for work because employers are screening candidates' social media.
If you'd call out for a fever, why not for a panic attack? Here's how to benefit from mental health days.
Working remotely has traditionally held a bad reputation, but more and more companies are adopting work-from-home policies. Check out the latest trends in remote work.
A new study finds that employees waste nearly eight hours a week on non-work activities, mainly on their mobile devices. Read more to find out what's distracting them.
Highly desirable professions, like positions as advertising executives, authors and broadcasters, top this year's rankings of the most overrated jobs.