Medical advancements and healthier living mean many people have longer lifespans these days. That means lots of those older Americans are retiring later than in generations past. In fact, some analysts are calling 70 the new 70 in terms of retirement.
Telecommuters may have no problem getting their work done, but they also use their time at home to sneak in a lot of personal activities. So what are they doing while you’re stuck at a desk in a stuffy office building?
If you were a little late to the office this morning, you may not need to stress about it too much. A new study indicates a lot of bosses are so sure that employees are working and checking emails before they come in that clock-watching is swiftly becoming a thing of the past.
Not everybody hates their job, but you’d be hard pressed to find someone who likes all aspects of their workplace. Citrix recently conducted a survey of 1,013 office workers in which they asked what they dislike about their 9-to-5 jobs.
Bullying isn’t just limited to kids on a playground — it also affects adults in the workplace. In fact, a recent poll found more than a third of American employees, 53 million in all, have been intimidated, harassed or threatened by a boss or co-worker.