The Way We Work

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.

Lydia Belanger

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.

Lydia Belanger

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.

Lydia Belanger

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.

The Surprising Reason Why an Open Office Space May Not Be Great for Your Company

Companies tear down their walls to encourage collaboration, but this professor's research says doing so doesn't always achieve this outcome.

Lydia Belanger

Why This Entrepreneur Thinks Uber Drivers Should Be His Employees

ShiftPixy founder Scott Absher is certain a reckoning is coming for gig-economy platforms that hire contractors to pinch pennies.

Lydia Belanger

This Company Wants to Help You Convince Your Boss to Let You Work From Home All of 4th of July Week

A marketing campaign for virtual meeting and messaging apps empathizes with workers who are bummed that Independence Day falls on a Wednesday this year.

Lydia Belanger

Why Companies Are Taking It Upon Themselves to Help Workers Learn New Skills

Employers are finding ways to get people ahead of the curve on blockchain engineering, digital marketing and more.

Lydia Belanger