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Man commutes 220 miles a day for 'dream job'

A Virginia man commutes 220 miles -- or about seven hours -- a day, all in the name of family.

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Need a job? Put your resume on your beer

A graphic designer in Canada separates himself from the pack by printing his resume on a four-pack of his own craft beer.

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Man sends cat poop to companies that rejected him

Frustrated by a string of job-seeking failures, a St. Louis man sends cat poop to the companies that rejected him.

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Don't be like A-Rod when it comes to your job

Most employees would think that they have little or nothing in common with a baseball superstar such as A-Rod, but they would be wrong.

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Think you have free speech at work? Think again

There is no free speech in corporate America. The First Amendment protects us from government action, not the actions of private companies.

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Auditor quits job via epic email

A Texas woman quits her job as an auditor with an epic, expletive-laden email that even includes hashtags.

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Holiday business party dos and don'ts

Office holiday parties are a merry tradition for one and all -- time to pull out the champagne and celebrate the season! But employees need not be naughty at the holiday party, nor small business owners neglect the potential legal liabilities of…

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4 steps to stop workplace bullying before it's too late

Whatever the end result in the Miami Dolphins alleged bullying scandal, the story offers important reminders about workplace bullying and harassment.

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What every employee needs to know about holidays

As the holiday season approaches, get some answers to some of the common work-related legal questions surrounding the season.

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Are you the victim of pregnancy discrimination?

If you are being singled out for unfavorable treatment because of pregnancy or a pregnancy-related medical condition, there are five important measures that you can take to preserve your job and to protect your legal rights.

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A hairy situation: Can you be fired for your hair?

This week, stories emerged about a woman who is in danger of losing her job at an insurance company for wearing dreadlocks. Could something like this happen to you?

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