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Most office chairs are made without your physical health or the health
of the planet in mind. But a few innovative designers are now making
chairs with eco-materials such as recycled steel and sustainable wood.
To some, a desk filled with personal photos and Beanie Babies is
unprofessional, not to mention distracting. For others, it’s a healthy
way to add a personal touch.
No one likes a braggart, right? But when it comes to getting the
recognition you deserve, you can’t afford not to take credit for your
work, even if it means seeking out credit.
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.
Resolve to make 2008 the year you successfully manage your schedule. Here are five tips from time management expert Patricia Hutchings: 1. Start by keeping a time log ...
Leaders make the most of happenstance. That’s exactly what movie
director Barry Levinson did during the filming of “Rain Man,” according
to one of its co-stars.
Need to rid yourself of workday blahs? Insert a little fun.
Do you trust everyone on your team? If not, part of your job is to figure out why. Some common reasons for distrust include:
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.