Health/Nutrition 16 December '16
The American Express has decided that it will provide a 20-week leave for parents with full pay. This is a progressive step for the larger public.
Health/Nutrition 30 November '16
Why do we feel the need for subterfuge just to recharge our batteries?
Pregnancy 23 November '16
Eleven percent of women reported being dismissed and made redundant that they had to leave once they became pregnant or returned to work after a baby.
Teens/Young Adults 31 October '16
Teens often like getting down to the practical life instead of attending those boring classes, but not all of them have a choice.
School 19 July '16
Yale University former dishwasher Corey Menafee is seeking for reemployment that the latter has agreed to discuss.
Technology 12 July '16
State of the art technology can interfere with the law, so companies should try to avoid this at all costs (so they don't have to pay a much bigger one).
School 10 July '16
Early childhood educators seemingly get the lowest avergae salary compared to how difficult their job actually is.
Mind 18 June '16
The mixture of an unstimulating job and a messy workplace can reduce a person's cognitive capacity, research says.
SPED Kids 1 June '16
Adults with autism can now work for a prestigious motor company Ford. The collaboration was gladly announced by Ford on May 26, 2016. They will be partnering with Autism Alliance of Michigan for this advocacy.
SPED Kids 1 June '16
Steve Cabot, chairperson of the US House Business Committee led a hearing on May 19 about what small businesses can do in order to help employ those with developmental disabilities.
College Success 27 May '16
A city from the old industrial midwest of America has emerged as the best city for college graduates.
Health/Nutrition 11 May '16
Highly achievable ways to stay active even with a sedentary job.
School 11 April '16
Employers with job openings that require bachelor’s degrees are currently facing a big problem: many of those belonging to the working age do not own that requirement.
Parenting 25 March '16
People who have invested more for education are not necessarily earning better, according to a new study.
Health/Nutrition 19 March '16
If you were once paranoid about getting sick because you are sitting way too much for hours, then you should take a look at this.
Health/Nutrition 3 March '16
There are certain jobs that make you susceptible to heart diseases. Find out what they are.
Health/Nutrition 8 January '14
A teenager who had been constantly bullied due to her nose was given a free nose job by a New York City nonprofit, according to TIME.
Health/Nutrition 5 December '13
Despite working in more routine and less autonomous jobs, having fewer close friends at work, and feeling less supported by their coworkers, blacks report significantly more positive emotions in the workplace than whites, according to a new study in the December issue of Social Psychology Quarterly.