Jobs & Career
Don Fertman woke up one morning 40 years ago and poured himself a drink, as usual. But the future Subway exec didn't know this day would be far from ordinary.
Don Fertman, longtime Subway exec, writes about a pivotal moment in his 40 years of sobriety: what happened after he went public about his recovery on "Undercover Boss."
The "Mad Men" era may be over, but some workplaces can still be particularly challenging in recovery. Some pointers on putting your sobriety first.
And how can I create one at my company? Here's why and how implementing a work-life recovery program pays off.
In a perfect world, everyone would admire the feat of recovery — or at least mind their own business. Until then, here are a few tips for dealing with bad attitudes.
A job can bring serious benefits to your recovery, even beyond the financial ones. But it can also test you. If you understand a few things going in — or going back — you'll be golden.
Alcohol use disorder can cause problems at work — but many also suffer in secret. When workplaces can help employees address it with compassion, everyone benefits.
The question is precisely why the term "high functioning" is broadly unhelpful. Plenty of "successful" people struggle with addiction and mental health conditions, and they deserve care.
Chris Anthony, founder of The Sober Exec, shares lessons about recovery and life learned in his 15 years of sobriety.
Chris Anthony, founder of The Sober Exec, shares lessons he learned in life and the workplace during 15 years of sobriety.
The Sober Exec has some great advice for navigating — and thriving in — the workplace when you don’t drink. Here's what he’s learned.
These three achievers found their greatest professional success after getting sober — and they’re ready to have that conversation.