If we're inside an office all day, odds are that we're going to be safe and not have to worry too much about getting injured (or worse). But some of our neighbors in Texas are risking their lives by going to work at dangerous jobs every day, and it's not just the just the obvious ones that pose the biggest risks.
The rest of the US might have a thing against flip-flops at the office, but those seem to be part of standard operating procedure in Texas. As long as you don't add socks. What else should we NOT wear to work this summer?
East Texas has several businesses that are among the best places to work in the US, with environments where people aren't just punching time clocks.
People with jobs at these places love going in to work every day and want to contribute, and that creates an atmosphere that works for everyone, including customers and clients.
If you’re currently in the market for a job, you’ve heard the age-old advice: have a great résumé, and don’t forget to include a cover letter.
David Gaspin, the former head of talent acquisition at Conde Nast, begs to differ.
A Pak 'n Save in Hamilton, New Zealand, was supposed to be closed last week to observe Good Friday. Unfortunately, it appears the grocery store's technology never got the memo.
According to reports, a glitch in the store's security system caused its doors to electronically unlock at 1AM Friday morning, leaving them open for an additional eight hours.
If you're like most people, you probably have a pretty good idea of what your job is all about -- and you're probably wrong about a lot of it.
Author and former Apprentice contestant Carolyn Kepcher has compiled a list of common workplace myths that we need to steer clear of...