With summer comes the chance to toss your black pants in the back of the closet and revamp your office attire. But tempted though you may be, you can’t wear all sundresses, all the time. We’ve pulled together a list of do’s and don’ts to lighten up your summer work wardrobe—and still keep it professional.
Being buddies with your cubemate isn’t always easy, especially when you throw stress, competition, and other co-workers into the mix. But, there are still behaviors you should never have to put up with. Here’s how to deal when a work friend is stepping over the line.
It’s not uncommon to fall for someone at work, but it’s definitely not easy when you do! If you’re starting a relationship with a co-worker (or thinking about it), here’s what you need to know.
We’ve all experienced it: That uncomfortable moment during a night out when the bill arrives. It’s not always so clear what you’re supposed to do, so here are some etiquette tips that will help you be prepared—before you face the bill.
You’re expecting your first baby—congrats! Amidst all your celebrating, you’ve probably also discovered that being pregnant puts you in a whole new realm of etiquette questions. So we’ve simplified the often tricky process with a few do’s and don’ts.
As a manager, one of the best resources you have is your assistant. But, her effectiveness has a lot to do with you. Whether you’re new to management or not, here are some reminders on how to make the most of this valuable resource.
It’s no secret that being on your boss’ good side can be important for your career, so it’s worth putting in extra effort to make sure your relationship is strong. Here’s how to show that you’re a dedicated, proactive, got-your-back type of employee.
From Secret Santas to White Elephants, most offices have their own form of the holiday gift exchange. While you probably got the gift-giving guidelines at the staff meeting, there are some unwritten rules you should keep in mind, too.
Holiday gatherings are the perfect time to propose a toast to your host and to the season. But, unless you’re a skilled public speaker, seldom does an eloquent “cheers!” happen by accident. Here’s everything you need to know before you raise your glass.