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Managers Reveal the Most Bizarre Reasons People Give for Quitting Their Jobs

Just because the unemployment rate is high doesn’t mean everyone is desperate for work — some are even willing to leave their jobs altogether.

And when they do, the reasons they sometimes give are rather eyebrow-raising.

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Union and Dex One Corporation Hit Snag in Contract Talks

DENVER (AP) — A union representing about 350 Dex One Corp. advertising sales representatives in seven states says most have gone on strike as contract talks continue.

The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local Union 1269 says workers in Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, Idaho, Wyoming, Montana and Utah went on strike Tuesday as the union negotiates a contract to replace one that expired Friday

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What Cities Are Best for Creating Jobs?

The economy has made it practically impossible to get a job in some corners of the country. Some, however, have had an easier time than others at creating opportunities for the unemployed to become employed once again.

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How Does Unemployment Affect a Job Seeker’s Mental Health?

The word “unemployment” gets thrown around a lot during tough times and especially during major elections when it’s easy to throw a number on a situation that affects a lot of people.

It’s easy to forget, though, that being unemployed can affect a lot more than a person’s bottom line.

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DIRECTV: a Great Place to Work

Finding a job that suits your strengths, interests and passions can be difficult. That’s why the employees of DirecTV know they are so lucky.

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Why Do We Work 40 Hours a Week?

If you’re putting in a 60-hour workweek, you may think the people who do their regular 40 hours and go home are slackers — but the truth is, they’re probably more productive than you are.

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Is Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day on the Decline?

April 26, is “Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work” day. But the 20-year-old annual event may be losing relevance and declining in popularity due to a variety of factors.

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Is Your Boss Or Your Secretary More Important to Your Office? — Survey of the Day

You may not know it, but April 25 is National Administrative Professionals’ Day. To celebrate the office workers formally known as secretaries, Staples surveyed their social media followers on their attitudes toward administrative professionals.

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Recent College Graduates Having a Ridiculously Tough Time Finding Work

As the debate rages over whether getting a college degree is worth the money, a new set of statistics is giving many people pause — seems half of recent college grads are either jobless or underemployed in positions that don’t fully use their skills and knowledge.

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Some Companies Are Actually Letting Co-Workers Determine Employee Bonuses

The company bonus might be a novel way to motivate employees and reward good work throughout the year, but it’s sometimes hard to gauge at bigger companies.

That may be why some firms are trying a novel way to award bonuses.

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