Administrative Professional Today

Two bawdy co-workers swap raunchy jokes within earshot of sensitive
ears. A manager consistently mixes you up with another Asian woman in
his department. How do you handle such workplace slights?

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You may have skipped out on college, or never started in the first
place. But that doesn’t mean you can’t go back later in life.

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Even if you’re a die-hard MapQuest fan, give Google Maps a test drive. It’s worth using for these three fantastic features.

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Organize and track your daily tasks and multistep projects with a “project board.”

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When Debi Hochestetler’s son started having trouble at preschool, she
realized it was time to talk to her boss about a flexible schedule.

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Put travelers’ itineraries at their fingertips by sending it from your e-mail to their cell phones.

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Sit down to discuss it with your boss.

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Clear out an old backlog of e-mail messages with this tip from Martin Siegel, author of The E-Mail Diet Book.

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Feel like you don’t receive enough direction on the front end of
projects? Take charge and come armed with the following list of
questions.

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Sure, electronic greeting cards can be clever, cool and funny. But they
don’t seem as personal or as meaningful as a card sent by snail mail.

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