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Americans Keeping the Sabbath less Often

A new national survey found that Americans don't pay as much attention to the Sabbath as we used to. The new survey depicts the modern Sabbath as a day ...

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Business Leaders Often Feel Burnt Out

Srinivasan S. Pillay, a psychiatrist and an assistant clinical professor at Harvard Medical School who studies burnout, recently surveyed a random sample ...

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Many Workers Feel Bad 'Sunday Night Blues'

A global poll conducted by Monster.com reveals that 76 percent of respondents in the U.S. report having "really bad" Sunday night blues. That's a slight ...

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Patagonia's Commitment to Customer Service

The clothing manufacturer Patagonia employs forty-five full-time technicians who complete about 30,000 repairs per year. In the spring of 2015, the company ...

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Pixar's Accountants Take Filmmaking Classes

To date (August 2015), Pixar Animation Studio, or Pixar for short, has produced 15 well-received films, including the Toy Story movies, Brave, Finding ...

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Radio Shack Can't Overcome Life's Busyness

In 1963 Charles D. Tandy opened a nine-store chain that promised to provide supplies for electronic do-it-yourselfers. Tandy explained, "Leisure time ...

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Workers Fake Happiness Around the Boss

A recent (2015) article in The Wall Street Journal points to new research that proves what many workers already know: employees fake a positive outlook ...

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Job Crafters Reshape Their Work to Serve Others

A team of researchers from the University of Michigan and Yale studied how people in unglamorous jobs coped with their often devalued work. When the researchers ...

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Feminist Writer Praises Contributions of Men

In a recent TIME magazine editorial, the self-described feminist Camille Paglia called for an end to what she called our culture's habit of "demonizing ...

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Medieval Peasants Had More Vacation Time than Many of Us

Life for a medieval peasant was no picnic. His life was shadowed by fear of famine, disease, and bursts of warfare. But you might envy him for one ...

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