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When Office Perks Become a Drag 

Office perks seem like a sure way to make employees happy, but there are some that should be banished. So reports Inc.


Texas University Allows Workers to Trade-In Sick Days

Abilene Christian University is offering its workers an opportunity to participate in community service by using their sick days. So reports The Optimist.


Rising Mental Disorder Major Concern For HR

Tackling mental disorders in an increasingly stressed workplace is a serious problem confronting human resources this year.


American Express Ups Its Game On Parental Leave

American Express has raised the corporate bar by giving its U.S.-based female and male employees 20 weeks of full-time paid maternity/paternity leave. So reports Fortune.


Workers Cheer Their 'Me Time' Spaces at the Office

Stephany Arnold has achieved a work-life balance that does not require her to be away from work. So reports the Boston Globe.


Annual Pay Raise 'Old School' for Today’s Worker

Annual pay raises have been a long-time norm in the U.S. workplace as they have ensured nearly all employees--from superstar to subpar--receive a yearly increase. But some employers are questioning if it makes sense to stick with the tradition where pay increases usually top out at 3% and leave them little leeway to reward high-performing employees much higher than average workers. So reports The Wall Street Journal.


What Can Be Worse Than Talking To The Ex? Try Picking A Health Plan

Nearly 50% of employees say the prospect of picking a health insurance plan is worse than speaking to their ex or walking on hot coals. So reports Forbes.


Frustrated CEO Pays Employees $2k to Take Vacation

When the CEO of a marketing and advertising firm implemented an unlimited vacation policy, his employees weren’t sure what to make of it. So reports Business Insider.


SAP Labs Lets Employees Pursue Entrepreneur Dreams

Most employees likely won’t leave their full-time careers to pursue an entrepreneur dream, but SAP Labs in India is making those dreams a reality. So reports The Times of India.


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