Labor Day weekend is around the corner, and it is officially that time to start retiring your white clothing. According to the Time article, “Why Congress Made Labor Day a National Holiday,” the origins of the holiday spring from two political events. The first event, occurring on September 5th, 1882, was a “labor festival” that […]Continue Reading...
American businesses, now more than ever, are starting to focus on overall health and wellness as a way to keep employees happy and productive. Gallup Report recently found that, on average, Americans are working 47 hours per week, clocking around 17 hours more than some of our European counterparts. This means, with less free time, […]Continue Reading...