The benefits of a bona-fide midday meal break are something to keep in mind now, as the holidays make our lives more frenetic, and later, when many of us try to establish a healthier path for the new year.
A whoopee cushion is probably not your best choice for a business gift at the holidays. You must also be mindful of IRS rules, cultural etiquette and your reputation.
Whether you welcome or abhor the holiday season, there's some end-of-year protocol that needs your attention.
You're a nonprofit planner, and you know that with events, it’s all about the details. But who can focus on details with so many moving pieces, only one of you and no cash for extra help? The answer may lie in a volunteer program.
Times have changed. Hasty travelers who must use hotel toiletries today can indulge in some of the most luxurious offerings around.
Many people mix up the terms “task” and “project.” It's important to understand the difference between them, because each must be managed differently.
Let's face it, office holiday parties tend to be lame. But companies haven't given up on them. These ideas might help you tip yours into fun mode.