Moms who make their kids the center of their worlds to the detriment of everything else may think they’re better parents, but a new study finds they may be setting themselves up for a major bout of depression.
For the past couple years, many American workers have been putting in longer hours to help cover the productivity gap left by the massive layoffs that took place after the recession hit. Now maybe they’ll be seeing some rewards for all that hard work — a new survey shows a lot o…
It pays to wear red. All you have to do is ask anyone in Acadiana about the color red and they'll tell you just how University of Louisiana Lafayette proud we are. But wearing red is not just a ULL thing, there is really something to it.
While some may prefer the relative quiet of working the late shift, a new study says that after-hours work may be bad for your health. In fact, the study says, working the graveyard shift may actually give you a heart attack or stroke.
If you’re working overtime and aren’t getting the pay required by law, you’re part of a growing number of Americans who are now filing wage complaints against their employers under the Fair Labor Standard Act.
While some executives seem to care only about themselves and their bottom lines, others feel that the benefit comes from giving some of their fortune away. At least that is what the CEO of the China-based technology firm Lenovo seems to think.
We recently learned women are now scoring higher than men on IQ tests, and that ladies currently make up the majority of primary breadwinners. But new research shows that if there’s one group that isn’t pleased about all that, it’s macho guys.