Workaholics, get a life!
“In intercollegiate athletics and beyond, you put in your hours. Many people believe the only way to get better, to be more successful, is to work harder.” Elizabeth Taylor, assistant professor at the School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management. Do you live to work, or work to live? Inspired by her own past as […]
The cost of being ignored
The emergence of the “Zoom Happy Hour” was not just a fun distraction from being in quarantine. Socializing with coworkers is an important and necessary component of workplace culture. And not being invited, whether to an after-work bar hop or a call-in video conference, can have an outsized emotional impact on our lives. Ryan Vogel, […]