A recent survey finds that even if you did take some time off, many of us still couldn’t leave the office far behind. 3 On Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan says thanks to electronic devices, many of us were still checking in.
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According to a salary survey on CareerBuilder.com, asking your boss for a raise actually works. Well, most of the time.
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The research analyzed things like the cost of living, average salary, employment rate and workplace conditions for all 50 states.
It seems success in the workplace is always just around the corner.
More than 30,000 students nationwide were surveyed for the poll, which is set to be released annually for the next five years.
The research revealed that along with the 76 percent of employees that felt tired most days of the week, 40 percent of employees doze off during the day at least once a month, while 15 percent doze off during the day at least one a week.
Increasing the digital presence of your business may be easier than you think. A strong digital presence can increase revenue, even for businesses that rely on walk-in traffic.
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Going green in your office can do more than just create a healthier environment, it can also create a healthier bottom line.
That’s the latest research from the University of Warwick in the United Kingdom, which found that happier people were 12% more productive on the job.