To Ask, Or Not To Ask?

To Ask, Or Not To Ask?

Employees often wonder about asking questions on the job. What questions should I figure out myself, or ask my boss about? How many times is too many to ask for clarification? How many questions is too many? Questions are a completely normal and necessary part of...
Disconnecting When You Should: Handling Stress After Hours

Disconnecting When You Should: Handling Stress After Hours

Downtime and disengaging at the end of the work day and on the weekend is important. Any expert will tell you that working and/or thinking about work 24/7 isn’t sustainable, and won’t improve your work performance either. In fact, most studies show that a...
Seeing Eye to Eye: Tips for Effectively Working With Supervisors

Seeing Eye to Eye: Tips for Effectively Working With Supervisors

The workplace is full of interactions each day everywhere you go. These interactions occur between colleagues, clients, customers, and, perhaps most dauntingly, supervisors. There’s an old stereotype that everyone has a negative relationship with their...
Keeping Things in Perspective

Keeping Things in Perspective

We’ve all had days where nothing is going right and it feels like the world is out to get you. Your commute may have been worse than usual, or you ran into a problem at work. No matter what’s getting you down, it’s easy to stay in that negative head...
Making Excuses: More Harm Than Good

Making Excuses: More Harm Than Good

When things get tough, it’s really easy to make excuses. You may be feeling overwhelmed, frustrated, and burnt out. However, certain excuses will get you nowhere. These can make you look bad in front of your boss and colleagues, and also cause even less...

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