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Every body tells a story. What does your ink say at work? Article

Every body tells a story. What does your ink say at work?

Showing tattoos at work is becoming more frequent, as over 29 percent of Americans now have…

Recruit, hire, and onboard customer service representatives Article

Recruit, hire, and onboard customer service representatives

This guide provides you with advice for recruiting, hiring, and onboarding reps who embody the traits that help build great customer relationships and deliver great customer service.

Be more persuasive by presenting like a creative Article

Be more persuasive by presenting like a creative

We can't all be like Don Draper from Mad Men. So Michael Griffith offers up persuasive…

Why your colleagues don’t get you Article

Why your colleagues don’t get you

First impressions matter. In fact, they matter a lot in how we communicate with people. Dr.…

Love it or loathe it: a career change may be coming Article

Love it or loathe it: a career change may be coming

Many people find themselves in a career that does not meet their expectations. A simple "Loved…

Entry level syndrome and the participation trophy generation Article

Entry level syndrome and the participation trophy generation

Entry level syndrome is just one symptom of a monumental shift in workplace culture. Millennials now…

“Tell me your story”—communicating with remote employees Article

“Tell me your story”—communicating with remote employees

Communicating with remote employees takes special effort. Read on for a few tips from companies who…

Won’t you be my neighbor? Gentrification and corporate social responsibility. Article

Won’t you be my neighbor? Gentrification and corporate social responsibility.

Companies change neighborhoods. Companies with good corporate social responsibility change them for good.

The do’s and dont’s of connecting on LinkedIn Article

The do’s and dont’s of connecting on LinkedIn

Social media has changed the way we network and apply for jobs. Connecting on LinkedIn the…

4 ways a work spouse helps your real marriage Article

4 ways a work spouse helps your real marriage

It's no secret that work spouses improve work life. But a work spouse can make your…

The interview isn’t over until you’ve written “thank you” Article

The interview isn’t over until you’ve written “thank you”

The importance of sending a post-interview thank you note is well-documented. In fact, you might consider…

The “I’m leaving my job” email that won’t burn bridges Article

The “I’m leaving my job” email that won’t burn bridges

You aren't going to stay at your job forever. So when you do leave, what do…

How to woo a work wife Article

How to woo a work wife

Having a work wife or a work husband can make your job more fun and less…

Angry at work — how to get mad the right way Article

Angry at work — how to get mad the right way

We've all been angry at work. Take a look at how to use that anger to enact positive change in the office. It's possible to be mad and stay professional.

The blurry line between fact and fiction Article

The blurry line between fact and fiction

The lines between fact and fiction are fuzzier today than ever before. While stories do not…

The magic of a good business partnership: don’t start out as friends Article

The magic of a good business partnership: don’t start out as friends

Penn and Teller are a fantastic example of how business partners can be successful when their…