Flashy Perks Aren't Cutting It for Employees Anymore. Here's What Will Make Them Stay There are simple steps you can take to make your team feel valued and respected by you--and they won't break the bank.
Louisiana barbecued shrimp is that sort of magical dish that's intensely flavored, super fast to cook, and perfect for entertaining. But don't let the name fool you. As author Toni Tipton-Martin writes,
Want to Keep Your Best Workers From Quitting? Start Practicing This Daily Habit of the Best Companies
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(CNN) — Thousands braved chilly weather on Saturday to gather at the annual "Naked Festival" in Okayama prefecture in the southern part of Japan's Honshu island. The event, called "Hadaka Matsuri" in is
Netflix can be a blessing and a curse. There's so much content to take in, and yet, when you open up that app and hear the "bong bong!" you freeze and head back to binge the same show that you watch almost
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Three black women say they were just shopping at a Tennessee Target last week when they were accosted in an aisle by a white woman who told them they "don't belong here" and called them "trained liars"
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) told reporters he expected to “handle this nomination fully by the fall” after most Republican senators enthusiastically backed Kavanaugh, a fixture in GOP
The net worth of a typical family headed by someone born in the 1980s was 34% below what was expected, according to a new Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis study titled "A Lost Generation?" What's worse,