Things you should never say to a pregnant coworker

Pregnancy can be a stressful time for expectant mothers — and sometimes nosy coworkers (and bosses) can add to the misery. Aside from the physical changes, mothers-in-waiting have a host of hurdles to overcome at work, like figuring out a plan for maternity leave and keeping the news under wraps. The US outlaws pregnancy discrimination at work outright, […]

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Has Casual Dress in the Office Changed?

Ask an employee what casual dress means today and you’ll likely get a long pause, or at least as many responses as you do people. It’s no wonder, because it’s tough for a company to drill down to specifics when the environment is changing; and there are so many grey areas of clothing attire. When […]

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16 Signs You Should Quit Your Job

Companies are scrambling to fill vacancies, and this could be the time to consider greener pastures if you’re unhappy in your current job. Unemployment ended 2018 at a very low rate of 3.9 percent. With more options in the job market, the percentage of workers who chose to quit their jobs last year hit a […]

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Long Weekend Ahead? Make the Most of It

Maybe you plan to enjoy one of the upcoming three-day holiday weekends or have scheduled your own time off soon. What you do with those valuable long weekends matters.

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7 Tips for Overcoming Salary Negotiation Fear

It doesn’t matter if you’re an intern, Nobel Prize winner or a paid actor who knows how to pour on the charisma. Negotiating salary can be daunting to the most courageous of souls, due to the many pitfalls. But it doesn’t have to be. Here is a defining moment from an early Albert Brooks movie.

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6 Salary Negotiation Mistakes to Avoid

You aced the interview and your hard work has paid off in a job offer. You’re excited to learn the company wants you … that is, until you start talking money. The salary is not at all what you were expecting, and not in the “I just won the lottery” way!

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Why the Strong Job Market Empowers You to Manage Up

With the second-longest economic recovery period on record underway and jobless claims at historically low levels, this employment climate may be just the ticket to manage up with a difficult boss or coworker. This is arguably an excellent time to encourage some behavioral shifts, with maximum potential and lower risks for your career.

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Using Emotional Intelligence to Enhance Your Personal Brand

Everyone wants a strong personal brand. The one where you walk into your office, the boardroom or a networking event and people think all the right things about you.

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Empower Yourself at Work by Mentoring Others

When thinking about ways to advance in your career, naturally the spotlight falls on you. What can you do to position yourself for better career opportunities and job satisfaction? What steps can you take that will help you stand out above the rest?

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Gain the Respect You Deserve in the Workplace

Respect. Short word, but a powerful one—enough so that Aretha Franklin focused an entire song to it. Everyone in the workplace wants to be respected, but it doesn’t always come easy. It takes time and trust to earn the respect of your peers and managers.

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