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Strangers know your social class in the first seven words you say, study finds
You're being judged rapidly, frequently, and accurately.
3 leadership lessons from Google’s terrible, horrible, no good, very bad week
Signal your values.
Google engineer fired over anti-diversity memo says he may sue
He said he had been fired for “perpetuating gender stereotypes.”
The key mistake at the base of the Google anti-diversity manifesto
Research debunks the anti-diversity manifesto's assumptions.
Study: Men’s lifetime income slipping
A new National Bureau of Economic Research working paper finds that men's incomes are falling, while women's incomes are rising.
How not to crash and burn at your new job like Anthony Scaramucci
President Donald Trump ended the rocky tenure of his new White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci. Here's what we can learn from his tenure.
Could your next doctor’s appointment be mediated by a robot ethicist?
Experts estimate that as many as half of all jobs are vulnerable to automation. Here's a new set of jobs in the path of the robot invasion.
New study: This is the one email mistake that’s unforgivable (don’t let !t happen to you)
Memes, emojis, and attachment fails: These are the critical mistakes that we won't forgive in work emails.
Anthony Scaramucci demonstrates the wrong ways to handle conflict with your co-workers
Don't cc: the FBI.
7 signs Sean Spicer missed his declining influence. Are you doing the same?
Keep your eyes and ears open.
America’s best-known billionaires drive Volkswagens and eat at McDonald’s
Rich men drive Volkswagens and eat McDonald's.
Three smart ways bosses and employees should talk to each other
Remember that you're allies, not adversaries.
Study: 4 ways good people make bad first impressions
Our biggest enemy in making a good impression is ourselves.
7 tips for insomniacs who can’t get to sleep
No one enjoys showing up to work groggy and tired after a sleepless night, but too many of us are having trouble catching those elusive zzz's.
Why savvy people reject some job offers to be more successful
Only choose jobs that move you forward.
Young women are wary of going out to drinks with male colleagues, study finds
Both men and women are wary of each other after work.
Six ways successful people stay calm in a crisis
Calmness is not a personality trait. It's a practice.
The surprising things Americans do when they get home from work
Watching TV with no human interaction is probably not the America we want to be.
This is why women and men can’t negotiate salary the same way
Women have to be careful what they DON'T say.
Americans are afraid to take vacations because we fear losing our jobs
According to new data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Americans are all work and no play, taking among the fewest vacation days compared to the rest of the world.
Workplaces should invite dogs in every day
Oh happy day!
Saying ‘yes’ to more work can be the best thing you ever do for your career
There are times when extra work means an extra chance at success.
People who work from home make $4,000 more in salary every year
You have to be pretty important to work from home.
French bus drivers wear skirts to protest prohibition on shorts
As temperatures climbed to 100 degrees Fahrenheit in a nationwide heatwave, bus drivers in the city of Nantes, France, asked for some slack in their dress code.
We waste 17 hours every week on pointless work email
Three hours a day on email is no way to live.