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City Life

Power Home Remodeling CEO Asher Raphael on Why Perma-Work-From-Home Is a Big Mistake

When you think of stereotypically “utopian” workplaces, your mind likely heads straight to Silicon Valley startups, flush with juice bars, mini-golf putting greens, gigantic slides, […]

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City Life

Now That We Work From Home, My Husband and I Have Front-Row Seats to Each Other’s Professional Lives

It started pretty quickly — maybe four, five days into our quarantine. I wasn’t restless — two years of being a stay-at-home mom and work-from-home […]

City Life

After Coronavirus, Will We Ever Go Back to Wearing “Work Clothes”?

I’ve always had a thing for uniforms. I liked the way they staked out identities even way back in middle school: I’m on the field […]

Be Well Philly

6 Ways to Take Care of Your Back at Home, According to Philly Chiropractors

Going from sit-to-stand desks and proper monitor positioning to the comfort (and sometimes too much comfort) of our own homes isn’t always the easiest transition. […]

Be Well Philly

Working From Home Can Mean You Never Stop Working. Here Are 8 Tips for Better Work-Life Balance.

For the majority of folks, work is work and home is home. But when your home suddenly becomes your work space, it can be tough […]

Business

Here’s How Women Will Change the Workplace in 2020

2019 was a big year: We saw women take center stage, riding the wave of both the #MeToo movement and the Time’s Up campaign. And […]

Business

4 Ways Employers Can Support New Moms at Work

There’s something no one really tells you about being a new mom: it can be lonely. I remember bringing my twins home from the hospital […]

Business

How to Push Back on a Pushy Coworker

As a young management consultant, I remember attending regular meetings with a colleague named Dave. We were at the same level in our organization, both […]

Business

Listen Up, Philly Employers: Here’s What Your LGBTQ+ Employees Need From You

In a city of about 1.5 million people, Philadelphia’s Office of LGBT Affairs says that over 60,000 Philadelphians identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or […]

Business

The Next Time You Apply For a Job, Expect a Text From the Hiring Manager

If you think the job hunt is already stressful enough, brace yourself: autocorrect will soon play a prominent role in it. According to new research, […]

Business

Here’s What I Did the Last Time a Male Coworker Talked Over Me at Work

Imagine sitting in an important meeting when you have an exciting new idea you want to share. You muster the courage to say it but […]

Business

It Is Time to Talk to Your Boss About the Sunday Scaries

It started in grade school, continued in college, and now, thanks to the cloud and our handy dandy smartphones, it has carried over to the […]

Business

The Necktie Might Finally Be Dead

Last month during the second Democratic presidential debate, we saw Kamala Harris address Joe Biden’s dicey civil rights record, Bernie Sanders stand his ground on […]

Business

Philly Workers Are Basically in Denial About Robots Replacing Them

For years, blockbuster films like “2001: A Space Odyssey,” “Bladerunner,” “The Terminator,” and “I, Robot” have been predicting a massive robot takeover. That might never […]

Business

Why Burnout Is Hitting Women the Hardest

It’s the end of a long workday. You just got home, and right when you collapse onto the couch to unwind, you look around and […]