Administrative Professional Today

American employees are an increasingly tired lot, according to a recent survey.

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Two abbreviations, “i.e.” and “e.g.,” are often used interchangeably in writing. But they have different meanings.

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Saying “I’m sorry” by e-mail takes the right mix of clarity and etiquette.

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Your boss asks you to sign his name on correspondence on his behalf, without putting your own initials next to his signature.

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If you’ve ever been a victim of verbal abuse, you know how it can destroy your dignity, motivation and productivity.

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Try learning something new about a city on your next business trip.

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Minimize your “mental re-warm-up” period.

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Start it and end it according to a stopwatch that everyone can see.

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Find out how fast applicants can type with the free typing test.

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When you seek input from others, whether you’re speaking or writing, be clear in your request. People will appreciate your directness and the time it saves them.

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