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Unsurprising New Research Finds Bar and Restaurant Employees at High Risk for Alcoholism

Bartenders can make a lot in tips, one of the upsides to working in the bar or restaurant industry. However, a new study suggests there is a major pitfall to employment in a business where booze is served: it is a common breeding ground for alcoholism.

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New Research Suggests Working Parents Are Not Focused On Raising Healthy Kids

Many moms today are cursed with having to put in more hours at the office to feed the kids, but a new study suggests that those moms working full-time time jobs to put food on the table are actually not paying close enough attention to their children’s dietary and fitness requirements.

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New Research Reveals That Bullying in the Workplace Is On the Rise

Almost everyone has encountered that one co-worker who would rather spend every ticking second of an eight-hour workday telling you how to do your job rather that minding their own business and focusing on their own work.

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What You Wear to Work Just Might Destroy Your Career

If you just can’t seem to get ahead a work you might want to take a look at yourself in the mirror.

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AT&T Employees File Suit Claiming Company Places ‘Heavy Restrictions’ on Lunch Breaks

More and more employers are now encouraging lunch breaks as a means for promoting health and creativity. However, workers for AT&T in Indiana claim the only thing creative about their lunch break is the “heavy restrictions” the company is putting on them.

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Have Another! Researchers Say Booze Helps Creativity at Work

For time eternal, musicians, writers and artists have had a special relationship with booze. Alcoholism does have a genetic component, but new research indicates something else may be responsible for the drunken antics of your favorite rock stars: knocking back a few makes people more creative.

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Can Music Make You More Productive at Work?

Having trouble getting things done at work or staying focused on the task at hand? Fire up your iPod.

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Are ‘Blue Mondays’ a Myth?

Look at your co-workers on any given Monday morning. Do they seem sad or listless? Maybe, but according to a new study, their mood on Monday is no different than it is on many other weekdays.

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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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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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