The Art of the Out-of-Office Reply

It’s August, and vacationers’ email auto-responses are coming in left and right. From the poetic missive to a simple “nope,” saying you’re not working has become its own art form.

It’s August, and vacationers’ email auto-responses are coming in left and right. From the poetic missive to a simple “nope,” saying you’re not working has become its own art form.

Fed-up moms create their own clothing for girls

If you have a daughter like I do who hates dresses and abhors anything pink, sparkly or with ruffles and frills, you are pretty much out of luck if you head to most of the major retail stores. What you end up doing is shopping in the boys’ section for …

If you have a daughter like I do who hates dresses and abhors anything pink, sparkly or with ruffles and frills, you are pretty much out of luck if you head to most of the major retail stores. What you end up doing is shopping in the boys' section for your daughter's clothing.

The Workologist: How to Approach the Generation Gap in the Workplace

Readers share their advice about navigating the workplace in an era when millennials are hiring and managing older employees.

Readers share their advice about navigating the workplace in an era when millennials are hiring and managing older employees.

Opinion: Time for transparency over CEO pay

Wal-Mart CEO Doug McMillon reportedly raked in $19.4 million in compensation in 2014. The typical Walmart associate, in contrast, starts at $9 an hour. This means that even with the modest pay increase won by Walmart workers earlier this year, McMillon…

Wal-Mart CEO Doug McMillon reportedly raked in $19.4 million in compensation in 2014. The typical Walmart associate, in contrast, starts at $9 an hour. This means that even with the modest pay increase won by Walmart workers earlier this year, McMillon still makes over 800 times more than this typical employee. Something is terribly wrong here.

12 Tips for Living a Longer Life

You don’t have to eat a dinner cooked by Dan Buettner, the author of “The Blue Zones Solution,” to incorporate his advice into your life: a life that will hopefully be longer after reading this.

You don’t have to eat a dinner cooked by Dan Buettner, the author of “The Blue Zones Solution,” to incorporate his advice into your life: a life that will hopefully be longer after reading this.