Administrative Professional Today

If you’re introverted, networking can seem daunting. To meet the challenge, Marcelle Yeager, blogger for U.S. News & World Report and co-founder, Career Valet, offers 5 tips.

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Everyone could use some grammar help now and then—and a host of new apps are ready to lend a hand, says New York Times tech reporter Kit Eaton.

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When you start a new job, you need to know the people who get things done, have strong ideas and can point you in the right direction as you do your job. You definitely want to connect with them, but they aren’t always pointed out to new employees.

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If your employer issues smart­­phones with a GPS feature that can’t be disabled, should you be worried that the data will be used against you? Do you have any rights?

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10 rules for presenting yourself with perfection.

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Google has a host of great services you probably aren’t using, says Ben Medlock, co-founder of keyboard app SwiftKey.

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Here are some of UpdateZen founder and CEO Paul Ruderman’s “golden rules” for collaboration.

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One of the most cost-effective ways for companies to get great word-of-mouth marketing is to provide excellent customer support and service. Great customer service teams share common traits that you can copy, says Gregory Ciotti at Help Scout, a help-desk software tool. Ciotti shares some he’s observed.

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Follow the unwritten rules of networking … Extend your Wi-Fi with plug-in device … Stop wasting so much time on planning.

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How many emails do you send and receive each day? Probably so many you’ve developed bad habits and reflexes you don’t even think about anymore.

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