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It's like "Bring Your Kids to Work Day" -- but the opposite.
Sleep experts say there is a science to figuring how and when to get a little midday shuteye, and the most useful nap depends on what the napper needs.
Women are significantly underrepresented in one of the fastest growing job sectors in the U.S. Experts say parents and teachers need to support girls' interest in math and science at a young age.
The American Medical Association says there is mounting evidence that sitting around for long periods of time is unhealthy. The AMA called on employers to find alternatives - including treadmills, standing work stations or isometric balls - to help their employees stay fit and healthy.
A Pew Research Center analysis finds men have more leisure time than women. What do you think?
Coworkers fall into several common office personalities. Here are some tips for handling them.
For many families, there comes a time when a parent who has acted as the main caregiver or childcare provider for his/her family makes the decision to return to part-time or full-time employment. Here are some tips for that transition.
A CareerBuilder survey of 3,690 full-time, non- government workers finds that in some cases employers have asked their hires to do some pretty unbelievable things.
Free food and basketball courts help many companies keep employees.
What causes couples to stress out? Number one is money, according to the 2012 Stress in America survey.