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How Virtual Reality is Disrupting the Workplace

The virtual reality boom is pushing the technology and its many unique applications further and further into the mainstream. In much the same way that mobile smartphones have become an omnipresent fixture in modern life—both at home and in the office—the potential for VR to follow suit in the years to come could have a tremendous […] Read Article “How Virtual Reality is Disrupting the Workplace”

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4 Tips to Help Your Employees Vote

Here’s some real talk: politics is not the friendliest office topic these days. You might have already noticed, but the presidential candidates are a little polarizing. OK, hugely polarizing. And that means their supporters are extra passionate, which can lead to some pretty tense conversations in the workplace. There is a silver lining though: people […] Read Article “4 Tips to Help Your Employees Vote”

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Labor Day, the Hard Workers Holiday

  Oh sweet Labor Day, the “last call” of summer holidays. We are so relieved to break up the normal routine, we sometimes forget that Labor Day weekend originated as a day of tribute for American workers. America has grown into a strong and powerful nation. It took sacrifices to bring us to this point. The idea […] Read Article “Labor Day, the Hard Workers Holiday”

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Celebrities You Didn’t Know Are Into Science

Given their superstar status, it’s easy forget that major celebrities often have unique and fascinating personal lives outside of the high-profile roles and accomplishments they’re most frequently known for. It’s the things we never hear about, however, that tend to be most interesting. Did you know, for example, that plenty of celebs have lived secret […] Read Article “Celebrities You Didn’t Know Are Into Science”

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4 Ways to Cope with that Annoying Coworker

This week, at the Republican National Convention, Ted Cruz took the stage and declined to endorse Donald Trump as the Republican Nominee for President. “I am not in the habit of supporting people who attack my wife and attack my father,” he added in response to questions about his lack of endorsement. Attendees at the […] Read Article “4 Ways to Cope with that Annoying Coworker”

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The Road Less Traveled: Athletes in Higher Education

Let’s be honest, for the majority of us, earning a college education was a very hectic . We had to find our classrooms, order books, schedule labs, find study groups and learn how to spend ALL the cafeteria credits that we over purchased. We never seemed to have enough time to do everything we wanted. Could you […] Read Article “The Road Less Traveled: Athletes in Higher Education”

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Countdown to the 2016 Olympic Games

In 100 Days… Athletes from countries around the world will meet in Rio. These talented men and women represent the best each country has to offer. The Olympic Games is an opportunity to unite the world and extend the arm of diplomacy. At this time we put aside politics and unite behind the virtues of humanity […] Read Article “Countdown to the 2016 Olympic Games”

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The world of work and sport for a US National rugby player

Undoubtedly there were a lot of happy Rugby Sevens players across the globe with the announcement that it will be included in the 2016 and 2020 Olympic Games. The Rio 2016 Olympic Games will mark the debut for Rugby Sevens. Rugby hasn’t been seen in the Olympic Games since 1924, with the U.S. men’s team […] Read Article “The world of work and sport for a US National rugby player”

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Adecco’s Veronica Day and her Olympic Sled

My name is Veronica Day, I’m a Skeleton athlete and I also happen to work for Adecco with the United States Olympic Committee’s Athlete Career and Education Program. Don’t know what skeleton is? It’s a fast winter sport where athletes travel down a mile-long ice track at speeds exceeding 85 mph. We also do it […] Read Article “Adecco’s Veronica Day and her Olympic Sled”