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12 Signs That You're Burnt Out

Though not yet an official medical condition, job burnout is the greatest challenge to the global health system and stress-related symptoms are expected to get worse as the workplace becomes more global and competitive.<p>If you experience the following signs that we've compiled from studies and …

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Open-Plan Offices Make Employees Less Productive And Happy

<b>Nearly three quarters of Americans work in open-plan offices</b><p>According to the International Management Facility Association, 70% of American Employees work in open-plan offices.<p><b>The world's largest open-plan office</b><p>Mark Zuckerberg hired Frank Gehry to design Facebook's office expansion in Menlo Park …

How To Ask For A Raise–And Get It

A long chain of events leads to a bump in pay. Let’s trace the path upward.<p>As <i>Cosmo</i> editor-in-chief Joanna Coles once told us, nothing can annoy your boss more than over-asking for money that you “need”–you’re better off “<b>explaining that you’re worth more</b>.”<p>Begin by knowing the <b>average salaries</b> for …

E Ink's three-pigment Spectra displays update pricing in real time, are destined for supermarket shelves (hands-on)

In addition to demoing its Digital Paper collaboration with Sony here at SID, E Ink is showing off some new tech that's consumer-oriented in a very different way. Its solution for ESLs -- electronic shelf labels, obviously -- enables real-time pricing readouts for retailers such as supermarkets. E …

How Google plans to rule the computing world through Chrome

Advertisement<p>47 Comments<p>If you’ve been paying attention lately, you’ll see the signs of a significant disruption in computing. No, I’m not talking …