The 5 Best and 5 Worst Careers for Work-Life Balance

To stay healthy and happy, it's important to maintain a good balance between our work and personal lives. With some careers, achieving work-life balance is easy - with others, not so much. Here's our list of the best and worst careers for healthy work-life balance.

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5 Ways to Cultivate Gratitude at Work

When a workplace has a culture of gratitude, it tends to function at a higher level. Here are some ways you can cultivate gratitude for a happier, more productive workplace.

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4 Non-monetary Incentives to Motivate Your Employees

Non-monetary incentives can be powerful tools that reduce turnover and ignite productivity. Here are some effective ways to motivate your team without increasing salaries.

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Well-being: 4 Mindfulness Exercises for the Workplace

Today's professionals are constantly bombarded with tasks that leave them feeling stressed, anxious and high-strung. Studies suggest that mindfulness can help with this; however, most of us are too busy to sit down for a 30 minute session of mediation. Here are four quick and easy mindfulness exercises you can do at your desk to achieve a positive mind-body balance.

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Work-Life Balance: How Successful People Set Personal and Professional Boundaries

Beginning January 1st of 2017, French companies with more than 50 workers will be required to give employees a guaranteed “right to disconnect” from their work emails outside of standard business hours. The goal is to reduce stress and improve work-life balance, and we can all learn a thing or two from the new legislation.

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16 Simple Professional Habits to Boost Your Career

If you'd like to clear a path toward success, learn the most effective tactics for boosting productivity and improving job satisfaction.

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It’s Never Too Early - or Too Late - to Plan for Retirement

While happy retirements can mean different things to different people, they all require some type of funding. If you haven’t begun planning your retirement, the following checklist will help you get started.

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Authenticity in the workplace: Aligning work and personal values

Is one of your resolutions to live more authentically in the New Year, especially at work?

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Check Up on Business Goals Before the Holidays

With more time to plan, small business owners can more accurately foresee what will need to be accomplished and how best to undertake it so that 2016 ends smoothly and 2017 will be even more successful.

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5 Tech Safety Tips for a Secure Home Office

Countless employees work in home offices, remote offices or public locations outside a business’s headquarters. While convenient, these areas typically lack robust on-site security.

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How to Create Culture in a Remote Team

Developing a company culture can be difficult for any business; however, it's especially challenging when some employees don't even work in the building. Strong principles and values don't just make a business unique, they inspire its employees to work as a single, cohesive unit.

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5 Leadership and Management Mistakes Holding Back Entrepreneurs

Many entrepreneurs are driven by the appeal of being their own bosses. They get to make all the decisions, from company strategies to marketing techniques to human resources. It all looks good on paper; however, in practice, managing people is much more difficult than most realize. To better streamline your operation and generate goodwill, learn the most common leadership and management mistakes made by the average entrepreneur.

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How to Identify and Dispel Your Work Demotivators

Motivation is a central factor in producing the creativity, work ethic and drive required to be an entrepreneur. Motivation is what causes entrepreneurs to strike out on their own in the first place, because they feel instinctively that the business they want to create is the right thing. But there are also many different factors that can kick entrepreneurs off-course and cause them to lose that motivation.

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Team Building Activities for your Office

A closely knit team at your office will likely work better together to get projects and tasks done. Unfortunately phrases like “team building” and “ice breaker” can try the patience of even the most team-oriented staffers and may cause anxiety among introverts. With a little creativity and planning, you can build team building exercises that authentically engage all members of your team and give them an opportunity to refocus, build teamwork and bond. Here are some creative team building activities you may consider for your staff to provide memorable and fun ways for employees to build morale.

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Five New Year’s Resolutions for Your Small Business

The holiday season is coming to an end and New Year’s Eve is just a few days away. If you haven’t already, that means it’s high time to start thinking about how to improve our businesses for 2016. Have no clue where to start for this looming new year? Here are five great New Year’s resolution ideas for small business owners seeking to grow and improve their odds in 2016.

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Keeping Your Office Productive During the Holidays

Maintain Employee Productivity Throughout the Holiday Season with These Tips

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