BusinessWeek Launches Business@Work


BusinessWeek.com is furthering its focus on reader engagement efforts with the launch of Business@Work, a collaboration between readers and BW editors in which readers can, over the course of the rest of this month, vote for topics and concerns that they would most like to see addressed when it comes to workplace issues. The results will end up in a mid-August special issue of the magazine, a multimedia package of articles and videos at BusinessWeek.com, and broadcast segments on BusinessWeek TV.

Then in June, readers will then have a chance to submit essays, comments and videos to BusinessWeek.com chronicling the biggest challenges they face on topics chosen by BW editors. The best submissions will be posted at the end of June, where BusinessWeek.com readers will be able to comment on them.







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