Tag Archives: work

Do you have trouble unplugging from work on vacation?

My editor just handed me a press release about something happening Thursday. Crap. “I’m off,” I thought. I started thinking about how I could cover it anyway, when she re-reminded me that I was, indeed, scheduled to be off.

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Snowcam at work. Yes, people do really want to see it

We have a snowcam back up at work today. Many were skeptics on the cam earlier this year, wondering why would we put up a snowcam in the YDR parking lot. Can’t people just look out their window? Yep, they … Continue reading

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Be fit at work with planned exercise for night time shift jobs

When a person works an unusual schedule, getting in daily exercise can be difficult. Night News and Digital editors put in their two cents about how they get Fit At Work.

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Office dogs reduce stress, raise satisfaction

Last month we blogged about “take your dog to work day” – but a new study shows that making your dog a permanent fixture in the office has positive affects, CNBC.com is reporting: A recent study from the Virginia Commonwealth … Continue reading

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Credit cards and vending machines

Vending machines are becoming increasingly cashless. York Common Cents asks if you would use one.

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Older Americans offer advice to new graduates

They say that with age comes wisdom – and a new book is hoping to spread some of this knowledge to new grads, offering them advice from older Americans as they begin their journey into the “real world.” The biggest … Continue reading

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Five tips for tackling stressful situations

It’s pretty much a law that there will be times when stress at work will seem overwhelming. Whether it’s the pressure to answer all 100 e-mails that have suddenly flooded your inbox or your boss moving up the deadline on … Continue reading

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Some tips for social media and business cards

Social media has changed the way we communicate today – but it hasn’t changed one key element of business communication: the business card. The business card is still the main way to make contacts and pass along your information quickly … Continue reading

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The U.S. Census Bureau offers jobs in York County

As local unemployment continues to rise to the tune of 9.1 percent, finding a job can seem like a job in itself. Fortunately, the federal government is offering temporary, part-time jobs for those interested in becoming census takers. And the … Continue reading

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