Is a Shorter Workday Actually Better for Businesses?
In a Swedish study, a six-hour workday resulted in a 4.7 percent reduction in total sick days taken and a noticeable reduction in absenteeism.
Link Found Between Working Night Shifts and Increased Risk of Heart Disease
Nurses in the study who worked at least three nights per month were more likely to develop heart problems over the next 24 years than nurses who stuck to daytime shifts.
Warehouse Workers Accuse Target of Not Paying Overtime, File Lawsuit
The lawsuit seeks class action status for misclassifying a position as exempt from overtime.
Urban Outfitters to End On-Call Shifts in North America
The change will affect the chain's 23,000 employees.
9 in 10 Surveyed Choose Entrepreneurship, Despite the Sacrifices (Infographic)
A new study explains why business owners think the extra time and energy is worth it.