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Can Being Healthy Help You Do Your Job Better?

It’s pretty well known that smoking, a poor diet and a lack of exercise can all have a negative impact on your health — but did you know they can affect your work performance, too?

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Could Not Being On Facebook Cost You A Job?

Between falling stock prices, continued privacy concerns and an admission that a good chunk of its profiles are fake, Facebook has had a rough few months. But before you drop your Facebook account, consider this: employers may view potential hires who aren’t on the social network as suspicious.

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Expecting a Raise Next Year? Here’s How Much You’ll Get — Dollars and Sense

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 of companies will be handing out bigger raises in 2013 than they have in recent years.

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Could Your Stressful Job Be Aging You?

If you feel older than your years, maybe your job is to blame. New research proves stress at work could actually make your cells age at an accelerated rate.

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Are You Getting the Overtime Pay You Deserve?

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.

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Smoker Fired for Smelling Like Cigarette Smoke — Is It Fair? [POLL]

Smoking is banned in a lot of places, since people don’t want to breathe in the fumes. But to fire someone from their job for smelling like smoke seems a bit excessive, no? Turns out it’s a loaded argument.

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Swearing at Work Could Cost You Your Bleepin’ Job [POLL]

All of you mother loving, corn shucking sons of biscuits out there who want to keep their jobs, you might want to stop swearing at work.

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Is Your Boss Suffering From a Superiority Complex? — Here’s a Test to Find Out for Sure

Those people who think their boss is the greatest thing since sliced bread are undoubtedly in the minority — it is unnatural to like your boss, and most do not because the majority thinks that these fearless leaders seem to suffer from a high powered superiority complex.

Now, there just might be some scientific evidence to back that up.

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What City Do People Want to Work In More Than Any Other?

It appears as if people looking to relocate for work have Georgia on their mind.

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You Won’t Believe How Much Americans Will Give Up to Get More Time Off

One of the most supreme perils of being a great American workhorse is there is never enough paid time off — and new research suggests that not only do workers desperately want more vacation time, but they are willing to give up a whole heck of a lot in order to get their hands on it.

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