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Promoting Work-Life Balance From The Top Down

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Promoting Work-Life Balance From The Top Down
According to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Better Life Index, the United States ranks 29th for work-life balance among OECD member countries, 8th from the bottom. As more millennials join the workforce, there’s been a greater outcry among employees for increased balance, with even the White House [...] Read More >
Jeff Thomson , Contributor

Please, LeBron James, Don't Make 'Space Jam 2'
News that LeBron James has teamed with Warner Bros. has spurred talk of future projects, including a sequel to the Michael Jordan animated comedy Space Jam. Don't do it, Mr. James! I don't hate Space Jam. Heck, aside from the fact that it has a single female character who exists solely to be [...] Read More >
Scott Mendelson , Contributor

GM Shaking Off Skeptics With Strong Q2 Performance Around The World
Record profits in North America and continued strong results in China - despite headwinds - show GM picking up momentum Read More >
Joann Muller , Forbes Staff

These Are The Best Business Laptops You Can Buy
If you need a business laptop that's tougher and more serviceable than an ultrabook, you should get the Lenovo ThinkPad T450s. After more than 30 hours of research and testing, it's the one we recommend, because it offers the best mix of a great keyboard, speed, durability, configuration options, and [...] Read More >
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Archaic Greek Colonization Of Sicily, Southern Italy Pinpointed Using DNA
A new DNA study purports to trace the origin of Greek settlers in Italy back to a few thousand men and women who arrived in the 8th century BC. Read More >
Kristina Killgrove , Contributor

Ashley Madison Extortion Attack: Critical Lessons For Enterprise Cybersecurity
Organizations already know to protect personal information of customers and employees, intellectual property secrets, passwords, private keys, and the like – information that a hacker seeking financial gain would covet. But an extortionist will be seeking confidential information that simply has the power to embarrass your organization, regardless of any potential financial value. Read More >
Jason Bloomberg , Contributor

12 Untapped Sources of Website Traffic
I get it. Sometimes, you don’t know where you’re going to get more web traffic. You’re doing social media. You’re doing SEO. You’re running AdWords. What’s left to try? I’ve been in the same position. I reached a point where I thought my traffic had hit a permanent plateau. In my situation, [...] Read More >
Neil Patel , Contributor


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