In parts of the world where people savor the good life, they are aghast at how we “do” lunch—namely, eating at our desks, or eating-while-driving, or not eating at all. Instead many of us devote our lunches to a one-hour, frantic scavenger hunt for our “to-do” lists.
We’ve all been there … that day you somehow forgot to set your alarm so you’re running around with your hair a mess and a toothbrush hanging out of your mouth while you try to gather your things for work.
I’ve been thinking about the gig economy a lot lately—a workforce comprised of freelancers, contractors and those engaged in on-demand work opportunities, thanks in large part to changing technology and the decline of traditional, full-time jobs.
Stark County doesn’t have an employer quite like Google, where employees enjoy free lunch and dinner, as well as car washes and oil changes. Not to mention the $12,000-a-year in tuition reimbursement …
Recently, I read an article online about how your coworkers know more about you than your friends know. At first, I thought, “This can’t be true! My friends are closer to me than my coworkers.” Then I thought about it a little bit more.
The Repository Select Rite Aid Stores Spee-D Foods Buehler's Fresh Foods Fishers Foods, including 44th Street NW, Tuscarawas St. W, Fulton Drive, Lincoln Way E. and Cleveland Ave. NW locations Aultman Hospital Gift Shop Mercy Medical Center Gift Shop Gervasi Vineyard Marketplace Carpe Diem Coffee Shop, downtown Canton and Belden Village Mall locations News Depot Avenue Arts Marketplace Yum Yum Tree Alliance Grapes in a Glass