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Talking Sabbaticals with the WSJ

With busy work schedules, it’s easy for employees to become mentally exhausted. Longtime Fool Sam Cicotello shares more about The Motley Fool’s sabbatical program – as well as our “Fool’s Errand” drawings – with the Wall Street Journal. Head on over to read the feature here!

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Yes, You Can Bring Your Parents to Work!

Maybe a version of “Bring Your Kids to Work Day” was part of your childhood, and The Motley Fool certainly continues this tradition every summer. We recently turned the tables and organized “Bring Your Adult Family to Work Day,” which hosted Foolish spouses, siblings, and parents. This event, the first held at the Fool in […]

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We’re Featured on “The Future of Work” Podcast!

Want to hear more about how we became Glassdoor’s No.1 Place to Work in America? Be sure to check out our Chief Collaboration Fool Todd Etter’s conversation with Jacob Morgan on Forbes.com! Click here to learn more on what it’s really like to work at The Motley Fool.

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More Employers Ditch Corporate Vacation Policies

Richard Branson announced last week that Virgin now offers salaried employees unlimited leave. With much attention following his news, we considered how the same benefit has impacted The Motley Fool. That’s right – this policy has been a popular part of our award-winning culture over the past 21 years. Fellow People Team Fool Sara Kleiger and I […]

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Fool Speaker Series: Chris Guillebeau

It took 11 years for Chris Guillebeau to complete his quest of visiting every country in the world. This staggering journey – which he viewed in the beginning as “really difficult but not fundamentally impossible,” led Chris to all 193 countries. The first 100 countries he visited – not counting layovers, by the way – cost $30,000. Though there was certainly […]

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The Interns’ Verdict – Summer 2014

It was an awesome summer, but I’ll leave it to our 2014 interns to tell you more about it. Applications aren’t yet open for 2015, but be sure to look back in early December for more info! And don’t forget to check out our blog – culture.fool.com – to learn about what’s going on at […]

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Fools, Natitude, and Competition

Marshall is on the The Motley Fool’s IT team, which helps Fools out with their hardware and software needs. By Marshall Mabie Non-spoiler alert: Fools love to compete. And we love to learn. A lot of us are big sports fans – I am born and raised in the DC Metro area, so I have a certain […]

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A Fool by Any Other Name…

By Lee Burbage Here at FoolHQ, change is in the air. We are in the process of implementing a new Human Resource Information System platform, and it’s an interesting time for everyone as we learn about our new tool, adjust to our new processes, and transfer all of our data. We have chosen to go […]

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What We Can Learn From Millennials

As we sat down for a nice, leisurely lunch, my friend and I subconsciously laid both of our phones atop the silk white tablecloth. Technology is almost an addiction for “millennials” – those of us born from 1982 to approximately 2002, so much so that we can’t even eat without a device. Instead of acting […]

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PYOD: What’s That Mean?

By Marshall Mabie A few years ago, my then-boss Jeff was reviewing our IT team’s procedures for upgrading our users’ equipment. Traditionally, we would research the latest technology available, select the set-up that provided the most solutions for the largest numbers of our user base, and deploy a standard computer to Fools. There was not […]

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