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What People Do All Day

When it comes to work and play, men and women are on different wavelengths, according to new findings from a U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) survey. In fact, the BLS folks found out a lot about how we live in this rep...Read More

Higher Health Costs Ahead

The immediate impact of health-care reform is expected to lead to higher costs for employees, according to a new survey from the National Business Group on Health. Employers are expected to raise percentages on premiums, out-of-...Read More

Gender Divide Still Divides Workplace

A much higher percentage of women than men feel that women don't get equal pay for doing the exact same job – a finding that is echoed by similar sentiments over promotions, flex-time benefits and even loans, accor...Read More

Most Innovative Software Leaders

In presenting the "Most Innovative" creative forces in software today, has come up with a list that contains some of the top business brands in the world - as well as some less-famous names that nonethe...Read More

What Wall Street Wants from IT Hires

Wall Street is hiring IT talent again. But what skills are in demand? Says Constance Melrose, managing director at eFinancialCareers North America, “To modernize Sir Francis Bacon, financial services compani...Read More

Books to Help You Move Ahead in IT

The age of the tech-obsessed geek is dead. In case you haven’t looked around lately, ones and zeroes aren’t as cool as they used to be—at least, not for those working in corporate IT organizations. For the better ...Read More

How to Be Smarter Than Your Boss

Ever said to yourself, "My boss is a moron, I could do his job!"? Despite your confidence, you're probably wrong. Not everyone is cut out to be a CIO or IT executive. Any successful IT leader needs to balance technical sm...Read More

No Confidentiality at Work

It's time to overhaul policies on access to data and apps, according to a new survey from SailPoint. A surprisingly large percentage of workers feel that there’s nothing wrong with reading confidential files that they...Read More

Generation Gap Yawns in Recessionary Workplace

Baby Boomers have responded differently from other generational cohorts to the recession-era work environment. While doing more with less has become a management mantra during the Great Recession, no...Read More

Seven Steps to Online Security

Cyber-security is an ongoing process, not just a set of tools or a single implementation and training event, says Christopher Burgher, an associate principal with SunGard Availability Services Consulting. In this slideshow,...Read More

Mixed Feelings About the Web

Americans have a love/hate relationship with online content, says a report from the Center for the Digital Future. The survey shows we spend the equivalent of more than two workdays online every week. We clearly prefe...Read More

10 Books for Dealing With Annoying Colleagues

See also Your Coworkers Hate You, An Office Menagerie. Working in an office can be annoying enough, what with the biting politics and incessant deadlines. And anyone who's seen Office Space has cringe...Read More

Workers Pay for Job-Related Technology

Employees who depend on multiple communications devices, including hard-core iWorkers, often pay their own money to get the right tools for their jobs, according to a new online poll from Unisys. Workers want control...Read More

Rules You Never Learned in School

Building a career takes more than knowledge of programming, project management, or other traditional tech skills. There are any number of people-oriented traits that separate those who continue to move upward and...Read More

Improve Your Networking Skills

Hate the interpersonal aspects of career advancement? Networking for People Who Hate Networking could be the book for you. The fact is that your distaste for networking is far from unusual, but it's holding you back. An IT pro us...Read More
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