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A time-management expert says there’s one important downside to the 4-day workweek, even if it does make you more productive
Companies like Microsoft and Shake Shack are testing the 4-day work week. But cutting the week one day short has one important drawback.
Viral salary spreadsheets — including my own — are showing workers how pay stacks up. Here’s what happened when I put 200 numbers to...
Armed with numbers, employees can better negotiate — and a study found that they're more productive at work too.
The Industrial Revolution did away with many oddball gigs that your great-great-grandparents might have had.
Office romance has given us Bill and Melinda and Barack and Michelle — and ended CEO tenures. Here’s a rundown of the most famous and infa...
French President Emmanuel Macron's wife was his high school teacher. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich met his wife on Capitol Hill.
Bankrate determined the 25 industries that lost the most US jobs as a result of the trade war using data from the Economic Policy Institute.
Companies from Microsoft to Shake Shack have experimented with a shorter, 4-day workweek — and most of the time it’s worked really well
Many companies have experimented with four-day workweeks to boost productivity and improve work-life balance
Gap’s CEO just stepped down. Here are the 30 most dramatic exits in a record-breaking year for CEO departures.
The first months of 2019 surpassed the number of CEO departures seen in the same time span during the 2008 recession.
It’s International Stress Awareness Week — here’s how Michelle Obama, Bill Gates, and other leaders handle stressful situations
Tim Cook, Kristen Bell, and Michelle Obama all agree that exercise is key. Jeff Bezos recommends taking control of the stressful situation.
A 9-year-old tried to give his teacher a ‘raise’ using his own birthday money — and it shows just how dire the teacher salary proble...
Parker Williams gave his teacher a $15 pay bump because he thought "teachers don't get paid enough."
Here are 5 hacks for shaving down your company’s meeting time, from a startup that whittled theirs down to just 4 hours a week
Hugo, a meeting notes software startup based in San Francisco, has a "4-hour meeting week" rule, and its leaders suggest other companies do the same.