- Cindy Krischer Goodman writes an occasional column about work/life balance for The Miami Herald
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Business owners who delegate as their companies grow are also positioning their businesses for survival when childbirth or illness interrupt.
Online games like Candy Crush and Words with Friends can offer stress relief. They can also run away with your attention.
Employees who feel their opinions are valued are most likely to feel engaged with their jobs — and to stick around.
Facebook lives are spilling into the workplace. And that, say experts, is mostly a good thing.
There’s research to show that being too busy for love can hurt your work life.
Camps for adults have become an antidote to stress, offering workers a chance to unplug, recharge and enjoy camaraderie.
Most CEOs of nonprofits say passion for the cause outweighs the personal tradeoffs. Meanwhile, many young people say they don’t want leadership roles in nonprofits.
In 2014, small businesses in search of customers find that talking up their brand on Twitter, Facebook and other social networks is essential.
Evidence suggests practicing ‘mindfulness’ can help companies diminish stress-related costs.
Bringing flu and other communicable diseases into the workplace can significant hurt business. But many employees are reluctant to stay home.