A new study finds many employees aren't getting enough sleep, which is hurting their on-the-job performance and causing some to make big blunders — like making an overpayment that cost a million bucks.
“We find nearly three quarters, more than 7 in 10 workers are going to work tired and half of them again, are working very tired,” said Bill Driscoll, a district president for the staffing firm Acco
Pennsylvania is leading the nation with three deaths, the most in that state since 2008. If the numbers hold it would be the first time since 2009 that West Virginia did not record the nation's most coal mine fatalities.
While it's true the economy is improving, it's no secret that since the Great Recession, full-time jobs that were lost and yet to come back. In fact, many of these positions have morphed into part-time situations, forcing a lot of people to juggle two and even three jobs just to survive.