If you do your best work with a tune in the background, pump up the volume with these web sites. They work like free, intelligent jukeboxes. You enter a song, band or composer you like, and the web site plays other music that it suspects you’ll like.
Respondents in Britain deemed cookies more important than lighting, technology and artwork in a boardroom.
There’s nothing worse than feeling like you’re being constantly monitored, says Jack Mitchell, author of Hug Your People. Better than checking up on people is checking in.
Even if you’re not the person’s manager, you can gently coach a “difficult” co-worker toward positive behavior. Try taking the employoee aside after a meeting and follow these steps.
Sometimes, the relationships between men and women in the office become more flirtatious than they should be. When that happens, it can seriously degrade a woman’s ability to be taken seriously, particularly if she isn’t in a position of power.
Before you head into your boss’s office to discuss a raise—or negotiate salary with a new employer—figure out how much you should be paid. Here’s how.
Need to rid yourself of workday blahs? Insert a little fun.
Mind reading may not be an official job description, but you probably do it at times.
Almost half of American employees report having a “workplace princess”
at their job site, according to a recent survey. And 16% say their
workplace princess is a man.
The more you know about you—your strengths, your values, your skills, your dislikes—the more likely you’ll be happy from 9 to 5.