A new study finds that the longer a woman temps, the less likely she is to have kids.
Work & Life
In the dystopian future, there will only be two tribes: those with messy desks and those with orderly ones. The messy desk people will live unhealthy and inefficient lives but come up with interesting new ideas. The organized …
South Korea recently implemented the Five-Day Working Policy, which makes Saturday an official non-working day and cuts weekly work hours from 44 to 40. Less work, more play, right?
Women may be underrepresented in science and technology not because they are less skilled in those areas or because they face specific gender barriers to entering these fields, but because they may find better opportunities elsewhere.
Is Mayer’s ban on working from home blow to working mothers?
It provides workers with more rights if they have to take time off for a family or health emergency. But its creators say the act could do more.
Will economic uncertainty make you save more — or spend more? The answer may depend on your childhood experience, a new study suggests.
Fiscal cliff negotiations tested everyone’s patience, but even young children who don’t understand national budgets may show signs of strain during such economic insecurity.
A new study suggest likeability may be more important than ability in getting a job, especially at the highest echelons.
Five tips for readjusting your financial game plan
Married mothers find it harder to secure a new job after being laid off and when they do, they earn less than married fathers
A new study confirms that shift workers — people who work late nights, irregular hours or mixed night-and-day schedules — are at higher risk of heart attack and stroke
Find your mind wandering at your desk? Here’s how to maintain focus, get your work done and get out of the office faster