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Workplace advice for any issue, problem, or concern; from changing careers to co-working advice and decorating needs.

Richard Owens2 years ago
Quick Time Management Tips to Boost Productivity and Improve Your Life
Being productive is hard, but there are certain time management tips which will turbo charge your productivity. There is always more to do in a day than seems to be achievable with the constant distra...
Leila Parker2 years ago
Things Successful Women Don’t Do
Being a successful woman is a hard ask for women in today's society. The world is structured in such a way that only the strong and fittest have the chance to succeed. Many countries have been trying ...
Richard Owens2 years ago
Tips for Creating the Optimal Work Space
Your surrounding can be a great source of motivation to increase your creative skills. Working in an optimal work space enables you to channel your energy while working efficiently. Optimal work space...
Patty Ramsen3 years ago
Steps to Take Before Accepting a Job Offer
Receiving a job offer doesn’t mean you should accept it without taking some time for serious consideration. Even if you had a grueling interview process to get the job, there are many things to rememb...
Leila Parker3 years ago
Words Sales People Use to Close the Deal
The words that sales people use to close a deal can be simple solutions to boosting sales, whether you are dealing in physical goods or rendering services. This is the secret those marketing gurus wil...
Patty Ramsen3 years ago
Beginner's Guide to Investing
You have to start from somewhere to build your riches. While some are born rich and stay rich, and some win the lottery, for the most part you have to make a smart decision somewhere along the way to ...
Brooke Rose3 years ago
It's Harassment, Not a Friendship
I was a teenager, just finished working 3 years at a local fast food joint, and wanted to get my foot in the door at a place that would benefit my future. After an interview that went great, I scored ...
Richard Owens3 years ago
Habits of Mentally Strong People
There are some people who just seem to have it all together. Even if they falter, they know exactly how to pick up the pieces. We may find ourselves admiring these resilient people in our lives, but i...
A Generation Out at Sea
I stood there in café in my milk stained shoes and apron, staring down at the milky-brown waves of the recently stirred soy-pumpkin spice latte when a thought came to me: That was it! It’s a boat. Thi...
Patty Ramsen3 years ago
Dumbest Things to Do with Your Money
Congratulations, you made it to your thirties, now you just have to make sure to avoid the dumbest things you can do with your money. Many people in their thirties have finally gotten to a point where...
Leila Parker3 years ago
Qualities of a Great Company
"Leadership is the art of giving people a platform for spreading ideas that work." While there are many key elements that define a great company, such as hierarchy and setting defined goals, leadershi...
Richard Owens3 years ago
How to Effectively Give Constructive Criticism
Honey is bound to catch more employees than vinegar. A person who feels appreciated will always do more than what is expected. This saying has a level of truth when it comes to the business world. Unf...
Annessa Babic3 years ago
Writing and Onion Peels
A majority of writers, of any genre, continually tell interviewers that they consistently struggle with their craft. They are always looking for new ideas, new takes on old ones, and struggling to kee...
Leila Parker3 years ago
Things You Don't Owe Your Boss
With an uncertain job market and less full-time work available than ever, it can be difficult to know how to find the right work-life balance. There is a myth in many industries and specific jobs that...
Patty Ramsen3 years ago
Most Common Interview Questions and How to Answer Them
Searching for a new job can be exhausting. Just getting to the interview can be difficult enough, but once you’ve landed one, you want to be sure to do all you can to prepare and make the best possibl...
Patty Ramsen3 years ago
Reasons Good Employees Quit
Many managers struggle to figure out the reasons good employees quit and why their staff turnover is always so high. This is because most of these employees do not explain themselves as they walk out ...
Leila Parker3 years ago
Signs You’re A Unicorn Employee
What are the signs you’re a unicorn employee? Or could you spot one amidst the long humdrum line in the labor force? Once in a while, someone will present himself out of the dark recesses of the offic...
Brittany Plante3 years ago
The Winter Break Woes
If you're anything like me - an overworked, underpaid college student - you haven't done much but work, sit on your ass, watch television, and catch up on your sanity since the end of the semester. No...