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Telltale signs your coworkers despise you
Caution! Don’t do any of these 4 things after a job interview
It's normal to feel a rollercoaster of emotions after a job interview, but there are certain things you just shouldn't do.
This startup promises to kill you — and there’s a waiting list
Nectome, a new startup founded by two MIT graduates backed by Y Combinator, is "committed to the goal of archiving your mind" by using a "brain banking technique" to "recreate your mind," according to its website. There's just one catch before your mind gets uploaded — you'll need to be dead first.
Why I decided to ditch all the apps and go back to a paper planner
Here’s what the transition was like, and what I learned after the first month reacquainting myself with it.
Today's Top Stories March 18, 2018
How to maintain a balance when you work with your family
It seemed that for a long time, our dining room table doubled as our at-home boardroom. For me, this lifestyle wasn’t sustainable so I made some changes.
This is how to find joy: 4 simple secrets to the good life
Four things we can learn about happiness from our elders.
If you use one of these photos on LinkedIn, employers won’t take you seriously
There are a whole lot of ways your profile photo on LinkedIn can go wrong. Here's what not to do when it comes to selecting your image.
Study: 77% of adults are on the Internet every day! Here’s how to keep it from controlling your life
We spend a lot of time on the Internet, but it's possible to escape its grasp.
These are the cities where you will spend your money the fastest
Do you live in one of the world's most expensive cities? If not, it's something to consider if you are looking to relocate, work abroad or just take a vacation.
These are the secrets to keeping your team productive and happy during March Madness
How can a manager rein it in while not totally putting the kibosh on office camaraderie and fun?
Here are the 10 most deeply meaningful team building exercises
Effective team building events are more than just forced icebreakers or embarrassing videos everyone wishes didn’t get shared with the entire company.
What do you do when your boss, supervisor or work wife gets fired?
What happens if the person you spend most of your days with and confide in at work ends up getting the ax? Here are some tips to help get you through the loss of your boss, work wife or supervisor.
Bad sleep habits cost companies over $136 billion in lost productivity
So you got a bad night of sleep? Maybe you are a bit tired at work the next morning? Maybe this actually happens a few nights per week? No big deal, right? WRONG.
Sounds of silence: Could ‘colored noise’ be the secret to better sleep?
Those of us in search of a better night’s sleep might assume the best environment for this is one of silence. But could the solution actually lie in immersing ourselves in more colored noise?
The 3 most harmful sleeping habits for professionals
The era of burning the candles at both ends has burnt out.
7 productivity hacks for when you don’t sleep a wink
There’s nothing more taxing — or overwhelming — than attempting to get through your workday when you’re exhausted. Before your boss catches you napping in your cubicle, read these tips on how to maintain steam at the office, no sleep required.
Arianna Huffington on sleep, burnout culture and a new FOMO
For National Sleep Day, we spoke to Arianna Huffington what companies can do to help their employees' sleep habits, and her company Thrive's new app.
These are the top jobs in America right now
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Here’s how to leave work on time — every time
It may seem impossible to take back control of your workday, but there are research-backed tips on how to leave work on time in a professional manner. Here's how.
Female doctors are seeing an average pay gap of over $100,000
Out of 50 metropolitan areas of the country this is where female doctors see the biggest pay gap.
10 female executives on how you can empower younger employees
As a woman, to not only rise to a leadership position but to exceed in influencing younger generations of trailblazers, it’s important to approach the workplace and your career through the lens of female powerhouses who have already carved their own paths.
6 essential tips for keeping track of time while you travel
When traveling for work, you may be off your regular clock, but there is still a clock. Here's how to pay attention to it when you travel.
How Chance the Rapper put himself a position for success and what we can learn from it
Whether Chance The Rapper knows it or not, he’s a brilliant marketer. Here's what lessons can you can learn from him and his unique strategy.
Resume tips for high-level positions in IT, finance and marketing
There are critical profession-specific considerations to keep in mind, depending on your specialty. Here are the top three executive resume types to give you a picture of how you should differentiate yourself accordingly.
All strength comes from repetition
The biggest mistake you can make is to ignore the basics in your profession. This is true no matter what you do, where you live, or who you are. When you ignore the foundation of what makes you good, you will never be consistent. The key to consistency? Repetition.
These are the top 15 companies hiring for $100K+ jobs in March 2018
Are you looking for a job? To help you find what you are looking for, Ladders has compiled this list of companies hiring for the most $100K+ jobs as of March, 2018. Ladders puts this data together using its continuously updated database of the highest paying jobs.
4 ways to seamlessly finish a conversation without making the other person feel dumped
So you're at a networking event and have had a great chat with someone new, but there are a handful of other people you'd still like to introduce yourself to. Instead of waiting for the conversation to end organically, consider using one of these four methods to keep moving forward.
More than 180 female senior ad executives put industry on notice
More than 180 senior female advertising executives in North America announced the launch of Time's Up Advertising, an anti-harassment campaign and legal aid fundraiser.
Survey: Sleep habits are problematic on a global scale
New research shows that 67% of adults around the world believe sleep has a major impact on their personal wellness, and "worrying" is the top culprit.
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Science says this is the optimal time to drink your coffee
The pros and cons of drinking coffee could be debated for hours. But, this is no debate: You have probably been drinking your coffee at the wrong time of day for years.
Why the secret to nailing an interview is the exact opposite of what everybody thinks
Congratulations, you’ve made the short list of candidates for your dream job. Now all you have to do is pass the final test: How do I walk into the room and convince the decision makers that I’m their best choice?
69% of employees waste 1 month a year on workplace apps
New research shows that 69% of employees report spending up to one hour daily going back and forth between apps, which is up to a whopping 32 days annually.