Europe's highest court has ruled that for employees who do not have a fixed place of work the "time taken to travel to and from work at the beginning and end of each day should count as working time."
The same kinds of conversations are taking place in the U.S. Unfortunately, policies have not kept up with the changing ways we work.
American workers collectively leave $272 billion worth of vacation time on the table, according to a new study, and it's a drag on worker productivity.
It really is true about, all work and no play... when will employers wake up to the fact that they have to make it not only okay, but critical that their people take time off.
New research has revealed surprising statistics that will change the way you think about your day-to-day life. Even if you’re a guy.
New research shows women experience commute-related stress four times more than men.
The total time people are working – whether paid or otherwise – has not increased in Europe or North America in recent decades.
The amount of pressure we put on ourselves to be constantly productive, actually impedes our productivity.
"The $16 billion company is looking to gather a slew of data on its members to guide how it designs its spaces."
Think of it as a living lab except the, um, rats are humans. That sounds snarky but I really think the idea is a good one. This kind of thing has been used for decades in retail.