Some people love them; others hate them. But acronyms are here to stay.
Karen Burns is the author of “The Amazing Adventures of Working Girl: Real-Life Career Advice You Can Actually Use.”
Every workplace has them. These are the norms that are so internalized no one thinks to mention them.
Want to get more done? Try working less. Seriously.
Consider that you might be saying “I’m sorry” when you really mean “thank you.”
Make your workplace — and the world — a better place. How? Ethics.
Become indispensable at work by getting known for “one special thing.”
This tricky situation calls for tact and diplomacy.
Knowing how to take negative feedback is one of those life skills no one teaches you, but that you need to know.
Employers, listen up! A happy workforce can do wonders for your bottom line.
What to do when you’re asked to do more work for the same money.