Let’s talk about doing things a little differently in 2013. Specifically: how can we work smarter? How can we work better together?
You may not hear this every day from a tech-centric B2B blog, but… it’s an interesting time to be in the drug business.
For many of us, the eight hour workday and five day work week are facts of life. But are they actually the best way to work, or just an outdated custom?
Core hours are a sensible safety valve on flexible workplace policies.
Working long hours—sometimes during the weekends—seems to be the norm for many advertising and marketing agencies. [tweet_dis]Only 11 percent of marketers do not exceed their contracted work hours[/tweet_dis], according to a survey from Marketing Week.
Given how much people complain about email overload and how many people proclaim “Inbox Zero” relief each Friday on social media, it’s easy to end up thinking that email is the worst part of a typical office job.
Last year, the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) estimated that employers spent $1.25 trillion on business travel. Though the allure of a jet-setting lifestyle may appeal to some, the reality can be quite awful.
“Why do humans working in modern institutions collectively act in ways that sometimes seem stupid?” That’s the motivating question behind Gillian Tett’s The Silo Effect: The Peril of Expertise and the Promise of Breaking Down Barriers.
Email: we love it, we hate it, we love to hate it. The constant hurricane of inbox distraction can effectively knock 10 points off your IQ
Happy work. Does that sound like an oxymoron? It shouldn’t, says Claire Haidar, CEO of This is Productivity