Should You Sit or Stand at Your Desk? The Right Answer is “Both”!

by Giovanna Fabiano

It’s no secret that sitting down at a desk all day may be bad for your health.

A growing number of companies are beginning to understand the negative consequences of sitting for too long and are offering stand-up desks for their employees.

Four Employee Perks That Work


For many, the traditional 9-to-5 workday at the office is an artifact of a distant past. Technology has enabled a culture of constant connectivity. If you can work from anywhere, you’ll usually do just that: through dinner, late at night and on weekends.

At the same time, with the boundaries between our work and personal lives increasingly blurred, workplace flexibility is gaining credibility for its impact on employee creativity and productivity.

Bloomberg's Erika Irish Brown: Asking Ourselves How to Develop Women of Color in the Workplace


Originally posted on LinkedIn.

At the end of June, Bloomberg had the privilege of hosting the Council of Urban Professionals’ first Chief Diversity Officer Roundtable. I think all would agree it was a great success, but like so many forums that address issues of critical importance there was so much ground to cover and so little time. 

Best for Vets: Verizon is the No. 1 Ranked Employer for Military Veterans


Verizon is known for being the best at many things – the best wireless network quality and reliability, and the best Internet service provider are perhaps what we are most well known for.

Debunking the Workplace Generation Gap Myth Once and for All

We don't need to "figure out" millennials. New research shows that we're all basically the same when it comes to what we want out of work.

By Samantha Cole

The millennial worker roams wild, roving through your cubicle jungle searching for the hottest office perk, easily distracted by a brand worthy of their clicks, and leaning in so far that their necks have evolved to hover over screens and keyboards.

Team Intrepid Fallen Heroes - Race Across America

PepsiCo sponsors a team of bicyclists racing across America to raise money for wounded veterans.
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PepsiCo has a long history of supporting veterans and was named one of the Top 100 Military-Friendly Employers by G.I. Jobs magazine in 2013. We are also proud to support organizations that are helping wounded veterans and their caregivers. PepsiCo sponsored a team of elite amateur athletes in the 33rd Annual Race Across America cross-country bicycle race in June 2014. The team raced to raise money to help wounded veterans.

Mars Recognized as One of the World's Best Multinational Workplaces by Great Place To Work

Family-owned business featured in top 25 World’s Best Multinational Workplaces for fourth year running
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MCLEAN, VA, OCTOBER 23, 2014 /3BL Media/ - Mars, Incorporated is honored to be recognized as one of the World’s Best Multinational Workplaces by Great Place to Work®, being ranked 22 on a list of 25 companies.  The ranking is the world’s largest annual study of workplace excellence, identifying the top 25 best multinationals in terms of workplace culture.

Bersin by Deloitte Calls for Speakers with Bold Ideas to Participate in Eighth Annual IMPACT: The Business of Talent™ Conference for HR, Learning and Talent Executives

IMPACT 2015 conference to focus on innovative strategies for HR, learning, and leadership for the rapidly-changing global workplace
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OAKLAND, Calif.October 22, 2014 /3BL Media/ -- Bersin by Deloitte today announced a call for speakers with bold, innovative ideas to participate and present at IMPACT 2015: The Business of Talent™,  the industry's premier research-based executive conference for HR, learning, and talent leaders and their teams.

Some Workplaces Find New Ways to Make the Office Family Friendly


At many offices around the country, employees may get time off for the birth of their child. They may receive sick time for taking care of a little one under the weather.

But does your job send breast milk home for moms working on the road? Or help accommodate a busy home life with a flexible schedule that makes sense for both its employees and clients? 

Lee® Jeans Launches 2014 Cause Campaign, Selects Three Breast Cancer Survivors as Ambassadors with the American Cancer Society®

Lee National Denim Day® has raised millions for breast cancer programs and research, and three ambassadors will help lead this year’s campaign
Press Release

July 8, 2014 /3BL Media/ - Three courageous breast cancer survivors are Lee Jeans’ 2014 Lee National Denim Day ambassadors, leading a campaign to raise millions of dollars to fight breast cancer.  The three women will join Lee on Friday, October 3, to urge millions of people nationwide to put on their jeans and donate $5 or more for the American Cancer Society’s life-saving breast cancer programs and research.  


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