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Confession – I used to hate going into work every day. I absolutely dreaded it! It felt like I was going into battle every time I’d walk off of the elevator in the morning, sit down at my desk and log into my computer. As a result, regardless of my successes and despite how may […]
Anyone who’s been in business for longer than a month (employee, employer or entrepreneur) has suffered through the experience of making a really stupid mistake. Perhaps you hit ‘reply to all,’ when you shouldn’t have or perhaps you said the wrong thing in a meeting causing an unforgettable moment of embarrassment. You are not alone. […]
Today is Have Fun at Work Day which is something everyone should celebrate. Often times work can be so stressful so to help everyone, I’ve decided to share 10 ways you can have fun at work without getting in trouble with your HR department (Finance might be a bit upset though – these aren’t cheap) […]
I once knew a hiring manager that said things like, “I like to draw out the interview process on purpose. I need to see that they’re really interested. If they keep coming in, that shows me they really want the job.” He would ignore candidate follow up correspondence and play hard to get. He wanted […]