5 Creative Employee Benefits to Win Over Talent

5 Creative Employee Benefits to Win Over Talent

Just how valuable are employee perks? According to Glassdoor’s Q3 2015 U.S. Employment Confidence Survey, nearly four in five employees prefer new or additional benefits to a pay increase. From increased parental leave and unlimited vacation, to free food and work-from-home policies, more and more companies are providing generous benefits packages. These days, however, attracting top

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On the Road: Eating Right on the Go

On the Road: Eating Right on the Go

Business travel isn’t exactly the most conducive to a healthy lifestyle. Between fast-food stops at the airport, steak dinners with clients, and post-conference drinks with co-workers, the vices of fatty foods and alcohol seem to be lurking behind every corner while on the road. Any athlete could tell you that healthy foods and proper hydration

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How to Travel—for Both Work & Play

How to Travel—for Both Work & Play

Travel isn’t always sightseeing and guilt-free dining experiences. Often, it centers around business. Sometimes, however, it can be a bit of both. The recent buzzword “bleisure” (an unfortunate combination of the words “business” and “leisure”) implies an exciting lifestyle that blends work and play. While many long-time business travelers will forever cringe at the idea of

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5 Travel Icebreakers That Don’t Suck

5 Travel Icebreakers That Don’t Suck

Business meetings can be awkward when you’re on the road. Whether you’re in town for a sales pitch or a networking event, gathering in a room with unfamiliar faces can be a daunting task—especially if you’re the meeting organizer. Starting your meeting with a quick introduction of yourself can help open the flood gates. But

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