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Netflix-Like Recommendations May Be in Store for Workplace Benefits

Employers are competing to attract and retain talent, and some are concluding that one-size-fits-all benefits offerings won't cut it.

Papa John's Has Created a Social Media Ad Featuring Negative Customer Tweets That's Been Watched 1.7 Million Times

The company isn't downplaying the fact that its reputation has suffered, but it wants customers to know it's working on improving.

Ousted Papa John's Founder Creates Website to 'Save' His Company and Get the 'Truth Out There'

'The Board wants to silence me. So this is my website, and my way to talk to you,' John Schnatter says on the site.

10 Things to Know About Association Health Plans, a Potential Solution to Entrepreneurs' Healthcare Problem

This option for entrepreneurs within the same industry to band together for health benefits has many potential upsides and obstacles.

Women Can Use These Simple Strategies to Save Enough for Retirement

If you know you could or should be saving more but don't know where or how to start, consider this your crash course.

What Employees, Employers and Job Hunters Should Look for When It Comes to Workplace Harassment Policies

Recent data reveal where companies still have room for improvement in making their policies and processes known and effective.

This Filmmaking Crew Found Success on YouTube Making Shorts With Crazy Visual Effects

The nine-man team behind Corridor balances cinematic short films with behind-the-scenes vlogs to maximize YouTube's potential.

What This Company Has Learned From Making It Mandatory for Employees to Take 4 Weeks of Vacation Per Year

It charts each employee's vacation schedule, has a 'no work talk' after 7 p.m. rule and other practices to promote work-life balance.

4 Proven Ways Women in Male-Dominated Fields Can Establish Themselves and Feel Fulfilled at Work

The gender gap in technical professions is wide, but when companies aren't working to close it, women can take steps to try to change the culture.

These Co-Founders Insisted on Being Co-CEOs Despite It Costing Them Funding

The co-CEOs of Harper Wilde, an intimate apparel company, share why they stuck to their unusual structure despite hearing they were making a huge mistake.

Steven Pinker, Author of Bill Gates's Favorite Book, Says Entrepreneurs Should Trust Stats, Not Their Intuition

The Harvard psychology professor discusses his thoughts on the roles and responsibilities of business today.