Published: Feb 05, 2018
Are U.S. employers finally taking work-life balance seriously? Are American workers more productive on a per-hour basis than their peers in other countries? Or is there something else behind the chart below, courtesy of Statista, which demonstrates that--when it comes to the percentage of its population pulling 60+ hour weeks at work--the US is close to the bottom of the OECD list.
Make no mistake: as an employee, this is a list you want your country to be at the bottom of--provided that there enough jobs to go around. Add it to the low unemployment rate and unexpectedly strong wage growth that we've been seeing lately, and it's another sign that the balance of power in the economy at present is tilted towards workers.
It’s crucial to understand the ways your workplace might be negatively affecting your health, so you can start to combat them or look for employment elsewhere. Here are five things to keep a close eye on that could indicate your job is literally making you sick.
We recently asked health experts to share their advice on how employees can stick to their health goals and resolutions in 2018, despite tantalizing office snacks. Here are the 10 best tips these experts passed along for dealing with office snacking.
If you didn’t catch our previous post about BigLaw employee benefit packages, take a look here. In that post, we outlined “typical” benefits that BigLaw firms offer their associates, and highlighted some very important but often underutilized benefits that can greatly improve associate quality of life.
If you’ve ever used a job search engine such as Indeed or Monster, you may have come across some strange or otherwise perplexing job postings. These can often be amusing due to unfortunate spelling errors or odd language syntax, but there might be more to it than just a few silly mistakes.