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Men and Women Are Putting in Longer Hours at Work — But Who is Putting in More?

Studies show that both men and women are putting in more working hours than ever in addition to logging more office time. But which sex is working longer and harder?

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Guess What? Working More Than 40 Hours a Week Is a Waste of Time

Here’s something that you are going to very tempted to tell your boss. According to 150 years of studies — yes, 150 — on productivity, having employees work more than 40 hours a week does more harm than good to the bottom line.

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You’ll Never Guess What People Would Actually Do to Be Able to Work From Home

Being able to work from home is a popular employee perk. And according to a new poll conducted by online communications provider TeamViewer, some people want to telecommute so much that they’d be willing to sacrifice some rather unorthodox things just to do it.

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Disengaged Workers Are More Stressed With Longer Commutes

A long commute to work may make it harder for American workers who are “actively disengaged” at work, but commuting isn’t linked to daily stress and worry for “engaged”workers, according to a new Gallup Poll.

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What Type of Work Are Americans More Willing to Try Than They Were Last Year?

Seems Americans are getting a lot more flexible about employment options — according to a new survey, we’re changing the way we look at temp work, in particular.

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