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This executive likes to literally make her clients sweat
Many managers enjoy walk-and-talks to get employees out of the restrictions of the office and into the looser habitats of the wild.
If you sleep less than 7 hours, you are more likely to crash your car
Before worrying about how your workday is going to go, first, worry about how you are going to get there, and if you're OK to drive.
How we think about introverts and solitude may be all wrong
"Under this new personality paradigm ... when you have a strong sense of self and feel in control of your life, solitude becomes an enjoyable experience."
Survey: Hearing about layoffs would make 44% of Americans look elsewhere
"The good news is that this and the top frustrations that job seekers have with the recruitment process can all be improved by any employer of any size."
Women (especially founders) face a 20% equity gap at work
"The research found that women make up 35% of equity-holding employees, but only hold 20% of equity. The gap gets more pronounced for female founders."
Why this ‘Big Bang Theory’ star wants to help you get your childhood dream job
Big Bang Theory star Mayim Bialik has never stopped learning (she has a PhD in neuroscience) and is passionate about encouraging others to do the same.
New data paint an unpleasant picture of poverty in the US
"Things are even worse when it comes to child poverty. In the U.S., child poverty rates have surpassed 20 percent for several decades."
Here’s how much more money American men earn than women at every age
"There is nonetheless a striking separation between the median wages for men and women during young and middle adulthood."
Majority of advertising/marketing hiring managers favor a ‘compressed schedule’
In addition, 52% of hiring managers feel that work-life balance is the responsibility of both the company and individuals.
Survey: 72% of employees think their coworkers aren’t good communicators
34% of people surveyed think that GIFs and emojis "are appropriate for workplace communication," 66% would rather give them a hard pass.
The pros and cons of abruptly quitting like Vontae Davis
The abrupt exit stunned and angered his team, providing lessons on what to do when a job becomes untenable and you feel like you need to get out — now.
For better or worse, our minds are hardwired to forgive people
A new study suggests that we keep giving people who have wronged us the benefit of the doubt because deciding to forgive people is out of our control.
These are the best airports in the United States
"Airport construction projects are reaching phases in which passenger disruption and increased traffic will be incredibly hard to avoid. "
Survey: This is the ‘most fun’ city in the country
Vegas tops the list, but there's a bit of a surprise at the bottom – How can anywhere in Hawaii honestly be considered not fun?
People fear robots taking over jobs around the world
Only Japan (74%), Poland (52%) and Hungary (52%) said that robots performing human jobs would make economies more efficient.
15 companies in Chicago this month hiring for $100K positions like crazy
Ladders compiled a list of the top 15 companies hiring for $100K jobs right now in Chicago and surrounding areas.
Men talk 92% of the time on conference calls
“One could surmise that male executives (on conference calls) are more prone to speaking simply to hear themselves speak.”
Survey: These are the most (and least) diverse states in the country
The list of diverse states is literally all over the map, but the Northeast stands out as one of the least diverse sections of America.
15 companies in Los Angeles this month hiring for $100K positions like crazy
Ladders compiled a list of the top 15 companies hiring for $100K jobs right now in Los Angeles and the surrounding areas.
ACLU says Facebook allowed employers to post job ads that excluded women
The ACLU complaint argues that Facebook is not just a middleman for jobs, but acts as an employment agency and is therefore liable.
Women in STEM more likely to drop out if they are only female in class
"Women pioneers were not only more likely not to finish their [STEM] degree in time, but they were also more likely not to get it at all."
Survey: Employees say this type of music boosts productivity
While research has found that millennials who feel like their finances are secure are more likely to listen to classical music, a new survey from staffing firm Accountemps shows that among office workers who say listening to music at work helps them get more done, "pop" is the top genre that boosts their productivity.
According to a new study, first impressions may not be as important as we thought
According to a new study published in the journal Psychological Science, people tend to underestimate how much another person likes them.
Survey: This is the best city to raise your family in this year
While obviously not perfect, the findings will hopefully give people a sense of the areas that offer the greatest opportunity to raise a family.
These are the 15 cities with the most $100K+ jobs in September 2018
Ladders put together a list of the 15 cities hiring the most $100K+ jobs in September using data from its continuously updated database of high-paying jobs.