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Employers weaken their employees' work-life balance and job performance when they create expectations that work emails should be monitored and responded to during non-work hours.
How can you take advantage of the benefits while ensuring your team stays productive? You need to develop a telecommuting policy.
When one domain of life interrupts another, there can be serious consequences. Here's how to manage it for the better.
Employees who work from home put in an average of three hours more each week than their peers who work in the office.
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?
Regardless of how many calendar days employees are working per week, the 40-hour standard is becoming a thing of the past.
Working from home can increase your employees' productivity. Here's how you and your team can make the most of working remotely.
If you'd call out for a fever, why not for a panic attack? Here's how to benefit from mental health days.
Balancing your professional and personal life can be challenging, but it's essential. Here's how to improve your work-life balance today.
Harvard Business Review found a "strong correlation" between how frequently one traveled for business and a number of physical and behavioral health risks.
Take this quiz to find out if your work-life balance is healthy.
Let these four work-life balance books serve as a reminder to prioritize what's important in life.
More than half of employees say they are stressed at work, with more 60 percent saying their stress levels have risen over the past five years.
President Donald Trump officially signed the SECURE Act into law late last year, setting off a series of changes for retirement plans throughout the country.
Here's what the FIRE movement can teach us about financial freedom and happiness.
A new study says medical issues and disabilities can hamstring your plans for the future.
As Americans enter retirement, many expect to keep working.
While many will be off, plenty of employees will be working on Labor Day.
We take a look at why we're not leading the life of leisure John Maynard Keynes predicted.
Along with taking fewer vacations, most Americans work and answer emails while away.
Overcome workplace burnout by focusing on your health.
Many people sacrifice sleep for work, but doing so can make you less productive.
The WHO classified burnout as a syndrome and say it's a "phenomenon," but not a disease.
Instead of enjoying a leisurely retirement, many want to stay active and start a business.
A survey of nearly 1,000 workers examined their daily commute and its impact on morale.
Relocating is a big life change. Make sure you consider these factors first.
If the stress of deadlines is too much, here are 10 jobs with a slower pace in 2019.
Is pressure at work affecting your job performance? Here's what you need to do to lower your stress level.
The SECURE Act could make changes to existing retirement plan rules if made into law.