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How to be resilient: 8 steps to success when life gets hard
How can we be more resilient? Whether it’s dealing with unemployment, a difficult job, or personal tragedies, here are insights that can help.
Anti-harassment training doesn’t work — but this does
Anti-harassment training doesn't work. The most effective solution to ending sexual harassment at work is hiring more women into positions of power.
Here’s how to describe what you do when your relatives ask you this Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving: A time for turkey, and loads of questions from family about what you're actually doing with your life. Here's how to describe what you do.
3 lessons on how to use vulnerability in your career from Brené Brown
Researcher Dr. Brené Brown has found that the key to success in any area of your life is to find the courage to be imperfect.
These are the 3 habits you need to learn anything
Habits are learned through rewarded practice. These are the three best ways to change your habits and optimize learning.
4 ways to deal with chronic time wasters at work
There's a difference between running into a coworker you're friendly with in the morning and catching up and that time wasters who bother you each day.
This is why Facebook and Google are stealing your life
Companies like Facebook and Google were built to be addictive, say many involved in their creation. These services do not have your best interest at heart.
4 signs you’re headed toward career burnout — and what to do
These are some strong indicators you’re speeding toward career burnout, and how to fix the problem before it's too late.
Here are two trends plaguing older workers
It’s clear that age plays a huge role in people’s concerns about work as the years tick forward. Here's how age changes older workers' views.
Ten bad habits you must eliminate from your daily routine
Get rid of these 10 bad habits and see all the good that happens next.
5 qualities to look for when interviewing potential new hires
There is nothing more important than hiring someone who not only is good at what they do but who also meshes well with the rest of your employees.
This is how Elon Musk makes big decisions
Elon Musk shares the scientific method he applies to his businesses, so that he can catch problems before they become problems.
Here’s how to keep your quarter-life crisis from breaking you down
The quarter-life crisis is real. Here's what to do if you find yourself in one, and steps to take to avoid it altogether.
The time you’re wasting on YouTube can be good for your employer
No, you can't assume that watching videos unrelated to work is a productivity killer that drains your employer's money. It's often a good thing.
4 irrational fears all professionals have
Here are four incredibly common fears all working professionals have — and how to nix ‘them. It is possible if you do it right.
Research reveals: How to create happy memories that will last a lifetime
Latest research on how to create memories for a happier life.
This is the huge networking mistake you don’t know you’re making
There are a host of ways you can go wrong when writing business and networking emails. This is the biggest mistake to avoid.
Survey: Here’s how people really feel about robots in the workplace
Among U.S. workers, only 13% would be “very comfortable” having a position where they worked with robots. This better change, fast.
These are the 4 steps to a healthy mentor-mentee relationship
Mentor-mentee relationships can deteriorate quickly if care isn't taken. Here's what you need to do to avoid this important partnership from souring.
Study: This is exactly how much you can brag on your resume before it backfires
Bragging about ourselves on cover letters and resumes can influence a hiring manager's decision. Self-promotional language works — up to a point.
Eight things smart people never reveal about themselves at work
Top 8 things smart people never reveal at work.
5 ways to show you’re a great fit during a second job interview
Congrats: You got a second round interview! You have another chance to prove yourself, but that means even more pressure. Here are some things to remember.
This is why Americans suffer from vacation deprivation
Among more than 30,000 employed adults surveyed in 30 nations, 43% of American workers claim they don’t take office getaways because of their "budget."
How and when to send the dreaded follow-up email
In order to get a response, you must understand how to be pleasantly persistent and push past your hangups to master the art of the follow-up.
Most American workers didn’t get raises this year — with this exception
Many people didn't get a raise this year, you're not alone. Besides flying off the handle, here are a few things you can do to change that next year.