Workplace Prisoners, and Other Industry News

Our weekly roundup of workplace news from around the web.

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Image via wsj.com.
  • WSJ  has the details on a study that says eight percent of workers will stay at a job “despite feeling unmotivated, disengaged, and negative about their employers.” These “prisoners”, writes Lauren Weber, “spend their days in cubicles rather than cells” and can “rob companies of their potential.”
  • For all of you remote workers: Our friends at Condeco have compiled a list of tips for creating the perfect work-from-home set up.
  • Trump, Hillary, and office etiquette. Happy election week?
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