Get rid of back pain with these tips

It is difficult to live with these problems but at the same time, it is easy to deal with them by taking precautions.

Negative feedback may trigger immoral behaviour among workers

Negative feedback may trigger immoral behaviour among workers

For the study, researchers conducted three experiments with students intending to enter business, law and STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) fields.

Know who is most likely to help you at office

Know who is most likely to help you at office

The study did not examine why colleagues who were moderately distant in status were most likely to help each other. 

Study shows your boss can influence your health!

A new study finds that manager leadership may be the key to employee health programs and goals.

Unhappy at work? You are not alone

Researchers found that Brits experience a 7-8 per cent drop in happiness while at work, compared to doing activities outside of work.  

Topics that are a big no-no in the workplace

Topics that are a big no-no in the workplace

Topics that should be sternly avoided at work place.

Adobe, Dropbox join hands to make your life easy at work

Starting from Tuesday, users worldwide can add their Dropbox account in Acrobat DC or Acrobat Reader on desktop.

Show some 'intellectual arrogance' to get rewarded at work

 When it comes to perform better at the workplace or on the academic front, showing some “intellectual arrogance” and not “intellectual humility” will help you get better visibility and treatment, says a surprising study.

Workplace anxiety can lead to poor job performance

High levels of emotional exhaustion that come from workplace anxiety can directly lead to lower job performance.

Facebook teaches how to improve workplace diversity

Facebook teaches how to improve workplace diversity

 Facebook has designed a training course for improving diversity in the workplace and is willing to share this with others as long as it helps eliminate biases in the hiring process.

Friction in a team bears innovation: Study

Friction in a team bears innovation: Study

Diversity that results in friction and disagreement in a team gives birth to innovative ideas, says a new study.

Selfless behaviour key to get ahead at workplace

Selfless behaviour key to get ahead at workplace

Going the extra mile with the company's benefit at heart may bring you more rewards than working harder to advance your own personal ambition, says a study.

Negative-minded employees likelier to be less productive

A new study has examined that negativity at workplace can directly affect the productivity of an individual.

One in five women fantasizes about colleagues

A new research has revealed that the number one fantasy of 20 percent of female Brits is to be sleeping with a colleague or superior, while a former lover or neighbour also featured in the top five rankings.

Rise in sexual harassment cases at workplace: Govt

 The number of compalints registered with the National Commission for Women (NCW) concerning sexual harassment of women at workplaces has been showing an increasing trend lately, the government today said.

Men, women face equal verbal abuse at workplace

Men, women face equal verbal abuse at workplace

A new study has examined that there is no major difference in the frequency of verbal abuse in the workplace between men and women.

55% employees face bullying at workplace: Survey

According to the survey by job portal CareerBuilder.In, about 55 per cent of Indian workers revealed that they have been bullied at work.

Find time for passion

In the hustle and bustle of routine, a common regret people have is their inability to pursue their passions. We spoke to those who have managed to navigate both boats without capsizing either.

60% women drop career in middle: Experts

Notwithstanding the upsurge of debates and measures to promote gender equality in workplace, experts say around 60 per cent of the women drop their career in the middle.

Is your organization a great place to work?

Are you a student wondering who your first employer will be? Or, you might be already employed. In case it is the latter, are you working in a great place to work?