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Office-friendly Cell Phones

After implementing music players, cameras and video recorders, what else can/should a cell phone do?   1. Bang Olufsen Serene. A square cell phone is pretty unheard of. At first sight, this phone has a very unique design. Instead of the traditional grided cell-phone key

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Office Bookcase to better your Workspace

I think that books are always one of the easiest way to embellish your living/work environment. While there are simple and effective bookcases options such as barrister bookshelves to aggregate and display your own personal collection of books, I would favor more eccentric bookcases. Here

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Make Yourself At Home.

Every day when I walk down the street and look up to the buildings into people’s window, I am often amazed by how nicely decorated their apartments are. And there are times when you are appreciating the superb interior design, as you walk past the

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How About a Green Office?

Last time I check, our mother earth is sick. Ever since the movie – An Inconvenient Truth came out in 2006, the term ‘Global Warming’ has drawn a lot of attention. ‘Pro-green’ activists groups are being formed all over the country, rather, all over the

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How to Squeeze More Hours Out of Your Day

Well, if you are someone who is feeling overwhelmed by your job, feeling that your work has snowballed into a bottomless vacuum that just sucks away all your available time and energy, well, don’t worry, you are not alone You are among 88% of the American

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Worker Statistics Around The World

Average Annual Vacations Italy 42 France 37 Germany 35 Brazil 34 Britain 28 Canada 26 Japan 25 USA 13 Americans work 137 more hours per year than Japanese workers, 260 more hours per year than British workers, and 499 more hours per year than French

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Worker Stats – You Are Not The Only One

Having recently became aware of my rapidly deteriorating health, and rapidly diminishing mental vitality at the tender age of 24, that’s right, 24, I set out to find interesting statistics regarding the average American workforce, in our continuing blog effort to raise worker’s awareness of