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Company holiday parties will "feel a little different" amid sexual harassment concerns. No booze, and definitely no mistletoe.
Most workers have money worries. One-third of workers think financial concerns are negatively affecting their lives, a new survey finds.
If you still have unused vacation time, schedule that getaway. Workers rack up more than 200 million forfeited vacation days each year.
Small-business owners can expect a bonanza in tax savings, thanks to the GOP's proposed tax bill. Here's how to take advantage.
These jobs have great pay, plenty of job openings — and no requirement that you have a college degree.
Employees may get bonuses, not pay raises, this holiday season, according to recent studies by Bankrate.com and Accounting Principals.
Many employers typically offer candidates salaries below what they're willing to pay so there's room to negotiate, according to CareerBuilder.
Pay is rising quickly for these in-demand jobs. Already in the field? Here's how to catch up.
Most of the top cities in America for economic opportunity are in the South, according to Yelp's recent study.
Thanks to the internet you no longer have a boss. Instead, these remote workers provide clients with their services directly.
Craig Handley keeps a full-time "dream coach" on staff to help his workers identify their personal goals and reach them.
Lies on resumes are not uncommon; 75 percent of human resource managers have spotted a resume inaccuracies, according to a survey.
Yes, there are jobs that come with decent pay that don't require a bachelor's degree.
Workers are in for another year of 3 percent salary increases. Job hopping could give you a boost, but it isn't without costs.
Many longtime workers claim that they are being targeted for layoffs because of their age or health status, but federal law is of little help to them.
A majority of U.S. workers would not apply to a company experiencing negative publicity, a new survey finds.
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