For admins, the work never ends. Administrative professionals fill key office management functions every day – tasks that go unnoticed (until they’re not done).
Admins are the unsung heroes of the workplace – the glue that holds an office together. Every week should be Administrative Professionals Week!
How many times have you looked around and realized there’s something not quite right with the way work is being distributed—to you in particular?
Researchers say our “always on” culture of cellphones and other electronic devices perpetually within reach means higher stress levels and reduced productivity. Writing at BBC, Padraig Belton suggests ways to deal with technology’s reach and keep your productivity up.
Celina, writing at Career Girl Daily, cites several symptoms as signs that your body needs more water.
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Talking about your career path with your boss can raise your anxiety level, but such discussions are necessary to help you clarify your future goals. You should never have doubts about what you’re working toward each day.
Tech Insider’s Chris Weller offers techniques based on cognitive studies to help you learn quicker and more effectively.
Lynn Jansheski is an executive assistant at Adaptive Biotechnologies, a biotech company focused on the adaptive immune system. Jansheski began her time with Adaptive Biotechnologies about a year and a half ago after being recruited by an HR manager she had worked with previously.
Producer, manager and leader were once three distinct roles. Today, as a Manager/Leader in an increasingly volatile and complex world, you wear all three hats simultaneously.
To-do lists have always been a go-to tool for staying on track and being productive, but constructing your lists in a certain way can kill your productivity.
Sometimes last-minute scheduling for company trips is the only option, but you should try to avoid it to save money.