NEWS AND EVENTS
It’s great to start your day at work with high physical and mental energy. But keeping that same energy level is another story entirely. Luckily, we’ve got some energy-boosting advice so you never have to worry about shutting down in the middle of work.
Instead of understanding and adhering to the spirit of the law, some employers capitalize on the wording and structure of the law to save money at the expense of professionals who served them for years.
Whatever the working definition of employee benefits, giving employees these options eases the load on their physical, mental, and even emotional state. So obviously, if this safety net were to be taken away then professionals would be exposed to all sorts of stressors.
Naturally, allowing workplaces to have Internet access creates the possibility that the technology will be used for non-work activities. That’s a given risk, and in no way is it to be taken lightly. But there has to be a redefinition of the boundaries of Internet use in the workplace.
We all have utmost limits, limits that we can no longer surpass through sheer determination, focus, or creativity.
Deeply-rooted definitions of who qualify as “the best people” can be very difficult to revise. In the first place, they are based on a reasonable desire to improve an organization’s functions.