Writer and online editor Stacy Wescoe has her finger on the pulse of the business community in the Greater Lehigh Valley and keeps you up-to-date with what coworkers and competitors are talking about around the water cooler — and on social media.
With today's technology, it's easier than ever to work from home. Just about anything you'd need to work at your company's office can now be accessed through the cloud, and even phone calls can be rerouted to your mobile phone.
Everyone has a bad day now and again. And anyone who has ever had a job has probably walked into a situation where their confidence was at rock bottom.
People like surprises. They also like getting mail. Trying new things also can be a lot of fun. Those are the main reasons I suspect curated subscription boxes are such a hot commodity.
Did you show up for work this morning with a bit of a hangover?
There’s a box of Girl Scout cookies in my office kitchen. Normally, I avoid sweets, but I couldn’t resist the hard-sales tactics of the Girl Scout who had a table set up Saturday night inside a restaurant.
Thank you to the woman I just saw use the bathroom without washing her hands. She just waltzed out the door without even glancing at the sink as if the notion of washing up hadn’t even crossed her mind.
Ever go to a “wild” office holiday party? One where somehow everyone knows Monday morning that you had been wearing Christmas tree underwear to the party that night?
Everyone knows that when it comes to the environment, it pays to recycle – and now in Allentown, it actually does pay to recycle.
In addition to the parades and memorials being held for Veterans Day, businesses around the Greater Lehigh Valley and the nation are thanking the country's veterans on Friday and beyond with a number of different promotions to say...
America’s oldest brewery may be losing more than a few drinkers after Eric Trump, son of presidential candidate and firebrand Donald Trump, posted a photo on Twitter of Eric Trump and Dick Yuengling, CEO of D.G. Yuengling & Son in Pottsville