CEO Jonathan Wassertrum Puts His Desk In The Middle Of The OfficeSquareFoot CEO Jonathan Wassertrum says more people are coming by to see him, and ask questions than before.
Monday Is National Boss-Employee Exchange DayThe goal is to allow bosses and employees to get some insight into each other's roles so the can understand each other a little better.
Fewer Than Half Of Americans Are Satisfied With Their SalaryMany check their salary against market rates through online resources or job postings, while others compare notes with co-workers.
Most Workers Would Rather Dress Casual, Survey FindsA third also said they'd rather quit or not take a job at all if they had a conservative dress code.
Many Taking National Workaholics Day OffNational Workaholics Day, by the way, is distinct and separate from National Work Like a Dog Day, which isn't until early August.
Working Longer Days Connected With Increased Stroke RiskFrench researchers found people who work more than 10 hour days at least 50 days a year increase their chance of stroke.
Minneapolis Among Top 10 Best Cities To Start A CareerSt. Paul didn't fare that much worse than Minneapolis, ranking 23rd overall, just ahead of Madison, Wisconsin.
Stay-At-Home Moms Deserve $160K+ Salary, Survey SaysThe different roles played by mothers included accountant, coach, dietitian, plumber, tailor, judge, janitor, nurse and psychologist.
Most Workers Daydream About A Different Job ‘Every Second Of Every Day'A poll found 63 percent of employees think about having a different job “every second of every day.”
Software Developers And Dentists Top List Of Best Jobs In U.S.According to U.S. News & World Report's annual list of the 100 best jobs in America, software developers topped the list with a median salary of $100,080 and over 250,000 projected jobs available this year.
Average American Has 60 'Bad' Days Per Year, Survey SaysWorking Americans spend about 60 days a year stressed out, upset or just cranky.
Early Retirees Say You, Too, Can Quit Working EarlyFor some, retiring early sounds like a fantasy, especially when recent studies suggest many people don't think they'll ever be able stop working. However, some Minnesotans who left the workplace long before the age of 65 told us it's possible if you stick to a plan.
More Americans Dismissing Notions Of Retirement, Study FindsIncreasing numbers of Americans are expecting to work well past the traditional retirement age, and in some cases they are dismissing the idea of retirement altogether. But health and a variety of other factors often get in the way of those expectations.
Minn. Unemployment Rate Drops To Lowest Level In Nearly 15 YearsMinnesota's unemployment rate is at its lowest level since March 2001. The state Department of Employment and Economic Development reported Thursday that November's seasonally adjusted rate was 3.5 percent. That's the lowest since March 2001.
Ask An Expert: Turning Your Summer Job Into A Year Round GigGet advice about turning a summer job into the start of your career with tips from two career counselor experts.