Having a job you don’t like is more than just a drag: it might also be compromising your health. Dissatisfaction with your job in your 20s and 30s can cause health issues 10 or 20 years later, according to a new study from the American Sociological Association. “We found that there is a cumulat...
The work stories of hotel executive Alyson Breathed will sound familiar to many working-professional moms. Breathed was putting in such long hours as a marketing manager that sometimes her nanny had to bring the two children to her at work. Late in the evening, the hotel doorman would carry the kids...
[caption id="attachment_2506" align="alignright" width="300"] Workers “take a break” in a Manhattan park.[/caption] Most of us today feel too tethered to our smart-phones and computers. We feel obligated to constantly check e-mails, texts, Facebook and other networks, fretting about the remote ...
The vast number of U.S. workers claim to periodically suffer from depression, anxiety and stress; moreover, every year an alarming percent are diagnosed with chronic mental health issues related to these conditions. However, as with all mental health problems, the symptoms can manifest at the physic...
[caption id="attachment_2525" align="alignright" width="300"] Learn some more simple and reasonable tactics for managing workplace stress.[/caption] Over the past years we have discussed the medical and emotional risks of excessive or consistent worry. For employees with a workplace injury, occupat...