The Changing View of Wellness

We have a new rule at the office. Stay home if you are sick. No longer are there medals handed out for making the effort, for dragging your weak and chilled body out of bed, and certainly not for sneezing … Read More

Are You A Workaholic?

I’ve been listening to an interesting podcast lately. It’s comedians talking about the biz… so it might not be for everyone but the work ethic is what really inspires me. The way that good comedians use the 140 character limitation … Read More

BlackBerry Black Out

Every company wants the most out of their employees.  However,  a burnt out employee can fast become a liability. We have noticed many ways of dealing with over-worked workers. But maybe you don’t have a Google sized budget to install … Read More

Open Office America

I’ve been reading a lot of articles lately talking about the diminishing cubicle and how offices are doing away with the closed in working environments for both space, cost and collaboration needs. And what I think is really interesting here is that we’re slowly accepting the concepts of an open source society. … Read More

Employer asks: “What’s Your Sign?”

Apparently, an Australian company recently put out an ad seeking new employees, but with a rather uncommon request— “the applicants had to be a certain astrology sign. Anyone under the Taurus, Aquarius, Aries, Capricorn, or Leo signs were encouraged to submit resumes because, according to a spokesperson for the company, those signs make the best employees.” … Read More