They may be dusty and dirty, but used car lots can actually teach you a thing or two about your career. Read on for a few surprising lessons this professional learned while spending her teenage years scrubbing old SUVs.
Being left out of meetings or overlooked for projects you want to be a part of can be frustrating. If you’re feeling the work version of “fear of missing out,” try these smart ways to get in the loop.
Whether it’s tweeting or spending too much time at the water cooler, we all have a bad habit we’re trying to kick at work. But instead of getting rid of it, why not turn it into an asset? Read on for creative ways to make your bad habit work to your advantage.
You got a new job, told your boss, and now you’re seriously ready to go. Except for that, well, you still have two weeks to work. Here are a few tricks to help you stay productive and focused, right up to your last day.
The thought of getting a poor performance review can strike fear in the heart of any employee—but if it happens to you, it’s not the end of the world. Use these four steps to make sure the next review goes from “so-so” to “so awesome.”
There’s not much worse than being stuck at the office when everyone else is out celebrating. To help out, we’ve rounded up a few tips to soften the blow of working on a holiday.
A baby shower gift for your co-worker, lunch for an office buddy’s birthday—it can sometimes seem like you’re spending more money on your co-workers than you are on yourself. But gift-giving doesn’t have to break the bank—and it might even be good for your career.
Most of us work 40 (or more) hours a week—so throw classes, homework, and finals into the mix, and it can seem like a schedule only Superwoman could juggle. But while we can’t promise that it’ll ever be easy, we’ve created a few tips to help you cope—no super powers required.
We’ve all heard “don’t talk religion or politics in the office,” which is easy enough—until you hit election year. As we gear up for the end of the presidential race, here’s a guide to what to say, how to say it, and when to keep your mouth shut.
Getting a vacation from work is a great way to relax and recharge—but to get the most out of your vacation (and keep you boss happy while you’re away), you need to do a little planning. Here’s your timeline for getting everything ready for you to go.