More than half of all candidates don’t research new jobs?

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This is not you, is it? Despite spending around 48 weeks per year in the office and two on the beach (if we’re lucky), a new study has found that candidates spend six times as long researching their holiday compared to potential employers.

6 Ways to Reduce ‘Homing from Work’

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Handling career and family in the digital age comes with new challenges. There are prevailing notions that there is never enough time, things aren’t always done to our liking, and we have the intense pressure to do it all. Forget unplugging – we are hard-wired now! And add to that working-mother guilt. I strive to be the best at work and at home, but finding the time to complete everything can result in the dreaded “homing from work.” The opposite of “working from home,” this phenomenon is seen in 93% of today’s professionals, completing personal tasks on the employers’ time. Click through to read this article from Erin Krehbiel, Chief Marketing Officer at Global Benefits Firm.