Anyone who has ever worked in an office has experienced the sniffling, sneezing, hacking co-worker who insists on coming in.
Submit questions to Rob Walker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Embrace the fact that it’s time to stop worrying about what may happen at the organization you’ve left.
When a job feels unbearable, exploring options will feel more productive and hopeful than just giving up.
Ask questions (and listen for clues) about the potential employer’s work culture.
Congratulations on submitting the most enviable “workplace dilemma” that I can recall.
Postponing the conversation will not make it any easier.
Given our rather tense political moment, this is an issue that managers and HR departments should be thinking about.
Remote worker feels ignored after a change in management.
When you take a promotion and regret it, take steps to get out.
Annual performance reviews spark all manner of complaints — from feedback that seems off-base to reviews that just never seem to materialize.