Wouldn’t it be great to have a bunch of tiny, specialized assistants to shorten the time you spend on tasks, organize your notes for you and make it easier to collaborate with your colleagues?
Career setbacks can come in many different forms — you’re passed over for a promotion, you miss out on a big project, you’re disciplined and it goes on your record — and most people experience at least one over the course of their career.
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There’s a lot of advice out there about the ethics and wisdom of dating your co-workers, but what about the other professionals you work with as part of your job? Is it OK to date a client or vendor?
The United States is in the midst of a brutal winter. And every time those snowflakes fall, workers and employers — unable to get to the office — more often than ever before have to work from home.
“The secret of good writing is to strip every sentence to its cleanest components,” wrote William Zinsser in his classic book On Writing Well. In business communication, eliminating unnecessary words is always a goal.
I have been an executive director for 10 years, a mom for three, and I have a lifetime of work ahead of me.
There’s no quicker end to a raise request than to have your boss say, “there’s no money.”
Is your workspace filled with paper? Old coffee cups? Don’t fret: University of Minnesota researchers last year unveiled a study that showed working in a messy space can actually increase productivity.