Administrative Professional Today

The United States has several expedited screening programs for frequent fliers, and now’s the time to apply for one, says Zachary M. Seward, vice president of product and executive editor of Quartz. Check out the benefits of each of these four programs.

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One of the most pivotal periods in your relationship with your boss is those first few weeks while you’re getting routines established, learning each other’s temperaments and mapping out expectations. This is especially true when it’s the boss who’s new to the company and not you. You can make yourself indispensable and ease her transition into your organization if you do the following.

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Former Picnik and current Pic­­Monkey CMO Lisa Conquergood says she learned a lot about how Google keeps employees engaged and productive while she worked there.

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As many more companies transfer over to the satellite world, talent hunter Erica Breuer suggests they keep these four tips in mind to stay connected with co-workers.

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Economic developer Cheryl Scott reminds us of timeless principles that help us lay a solid business foundation by keeping the customers first.

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Managers have a lot on their plates, which sometimes can prevent them from getting back to you about your project in a timely manner. This prevents you from moving forward and slows the process down, writes Alex Cavoulacos, a founder of The Muse. But sometimes, you can be partially to blame.

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Kathy Posey, office administrator at Strategy­­Wise, has advice for you based on her experience planning more than 20 such parties over the years.

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As people work longer and longer, it happens in every office. When does compassion take a back seat to productivity?

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Good grammar and proper phrasing are important to projecting a professional image in the workplace. Grammarly’s Kimberly Joki reviews five of the most common incorrectly used words and phrases.

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Being active on LinkedIn has be­­come a career essential, but it can be a challenge. Kim Brown, Syra­­cuse Uni­­ver­­sity Career Services, spends a lot of time reviewing LinkedIn profiles and noticed people make these common mistakes.

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