Health

How to Handle Employees Under the Influence at Work

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Managers need to be careful when responding to substance abuse in the workplace

Meet the Doctor Reinventing the Pharmacy for the Age of Mobile

Ali Esmail and PopRx are improving pharmacist-patient relationships by digitizing their interactions

Ali Esmail and PopRx are improving pharmacist-patient relationships by digitizing their interactions

Why Your Workplace Needs to Adopt the Walk-and-Talk

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The best way to hold meetings may actually be on your feet, according to a new study

Why You SHOULD Sleep at Your Desk

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Not into sleep pods or scheduled nap times? Embrace stigma-free snoozing in your cabin or cubicle

How to Reduce Your Stress Without Leaving Your Desk

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Avoid the ill effects of too much sitting and carve out a moment of relaxation with "desk yoga"

Why Your Staff Look So Sleepy

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More than a quarter of employees are going to work tired, according to a recent survey. How that affects employers and what they can do about it

The Hidden Costs of Unlimited Vacation Policies

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How unstructured, unlimited holiday policies can backfire, leaving companies with burned out employees and big bills instead of a well-rested workforce

How to Make the Perfect Power Lunch

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Nutritionist Theresa Albert shares what goes into a midday meal that will fill you up, keep you going and taste incredible

How to Be Grumpy

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Techify CEO Brendan Howe explains his strategy for leading his team when he's in a rotten mood

How to Become the Ultimate Leader

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26 skills every entrepreneur and manager needs now, with tips from the pros—including Canada women's soccer team captain Christine Sinclair—on how to develop them