LPL Financial Ranked U.S. states on their attractiveness for pre-retirees.
As well as just taking up more of your time, that longer commute may also lead to poor health.
Employers need to pay more attention to the sleep requirements and habits of employees, according to executives polled by McKinsey & Company.
Will those out of work be content to live a life of leisure? Can the global economy adapt to unemployment that’s greater than 50%?
Trading personal information for discounts is generally viewed as acceptable, but many are leery about data breaches, spam and over-profiling.
What’s allowed? What’s not allowed? Here’s a list of things that won’t fly with the IRS on a tax return.
Even five-star hotels aren’t free of millions of swarming germs. Hint: watch out for that TV remote.
What are the policies that drive trade, travel and investment, all of which affect a nation’s economy?
The pay gap between college grads and those who stopped after high school is growing.
Huge growth in the smartphone market appears to be over.
Most cite appreciating family, enjoying life and losing weight as January 1 goals.
Hotel guests weigh in on the worst behaviors of other hotel guests.
People hit the stores after Christmas to return merchandise, but not always for legitimate reasons.
Maybe actual carrots are the carrot. Office workers crave—and appreciate—free snacks.
Mail and assorted monotonous tasks get a resounding thumbs down in survey of most-hated office tasks.
Public cellphone use is for passing the time, or catching up on social media, or just because it is handy.
Salary increase projections from human resources firms are flat.
Maybe company fun shouldn’t be limited to once a year.
Who needs an MP3 player or a game console when they’ve got a smartphone?
Employees feel surprisingly trusted but inefficiencies abound in how American workers go about their workday.