Are You Addicted To Work?One study found that 7.8% of people could be classed as workaholics.
Study: Six Hour Workdays Make Workers Happier, More EfficientAccording to an experiment in Sweden, workers were happier and more productive when working a six hour day.
Zeoli Show Log 05.18.16Rich discussed President Obama increasing overtime eligibility, Gov. Ed Rendell's controversial comments about unattractive women and Gov. Tom Wolf implementing ignition locks. He also played the voicemail messages left for Roberta Lange and Bernie Sanders accuses Debbie Wasserman Schultz of 'throwing shade'.
Employee Is Suing His Boss Because His Job Was Too BoringHe has taken his former employer Interparfums to court because his job was too boring.
Why Your Resumé Isn't Getting You In The DoorHaving a hard time getting your foot in the door for a job interview? Farai Chideya, author of "The Episodic Career," shares her tips for making yourself stand out from the pack!
Do You Get Paid For Working Leap Day?Some folks worry that Feb. 29, or leap day, is a ripoff.
Philadelphia CEO Suggests You Empower The Team Around You“You have to be focused on making sure that everyone around the table feels that they are heard. Your job is to empower the team,” says Noreen Beaman.
Glassdoor Releases List Of The Best Places To Work In 2016Airbnb tops the list. According to reviews by employees, it has “fast growth and amazing people.”
5 Essential Tips For The Office OptimistHaving trouble keeping an upbeat attitude at work? Erica Brown, author of "Take Your Soul To Work" has five tips for staying optimistic at the office.
Zeoli Show Log 10.30.15Filling in for Rich, Casey discussed President Obama putting boots on the ground in Syria, employees getting paid for answering e-mails and electric car charging stations in the works. Casey also discussed food allergies this Halloween, Jared Fogul's luring methods and President Obama singing Thriller.
Philadelphia Banking Executive Gives Advice To Job Seekers“Be willing to work hard, willing to learn and seek out opportunities that stretch your capabilities,” says Michael Carbone.
Study Finds Workplace Rudeness Spreads Like A ColdResearchers say, “Just like the common cold, common negative behaviors can spread easily and have significant consequences for people in organizations.”