Burnout Management Coach Explains Why the 8-Hour Workday Doesn’t Work Anymore

Even though we live in an ultra-connected, ultra-accessible world, we in the U.S. have mostly clung to the eight-hour workday and 40-hour workweek. For full-time positions, you’re often expected to clock in at or around 9 a.m. and hang out until 5 or 6 p.m., regardless of how much work you got done.  Article continues …

The Best Work from Home Memes to Get You Through the Workday

The coronavirus pandemic has forced companies to radically rethink their daily operations. For many people, that means working from home for the first time. If the increase in work from home memes serves as any indication, this shift definitely has its growing pains. Working from home certainly has its perks: You can move at a …