It is important to reconcile differences in personality and accept that no personality type is perfect.
Paid work plays an important role in people’s happiness and their overall life satisfaction.
Employers have a unique opportunity to improve Americans' health, suggests a new study.
People with Type-A spouses make more money than those married to more laid-back people.
The decision where to work is in many ways life-shaping. However not many realize this until well into their career.
Recent changes in policy might have led to decreased exposure to tobacco but some workers around experience a high prevalence of secondhand smoke, a new research finds.
Many employers have taken initiative to ban smoking in their workplaces in order to reduce second-hand smoke and to encourage their employees to stop smoking. A new study suggests that let alone prohibiting smoking habits at work will not ensure the reduction or quitting of smoking because smokers may be influenced by another smoker at home.
Researchers reported that racial differences might be tied to drug testing policies in the work place.
Female employees work harder and longer than male employees, according to new research by independent consultant group the Ponemon Institute.
For people born during the late 1950s, the workplace may be a leading cause for getting adult asthma, especially if the job is that of cleaning or involves close interaction with cleaning agents.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.