Office Management

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If a co-worker says something mildly insulting or tries to cut you down, ignore it or walk away.
If you have trouble leaving the office in time for dinner, stop muttering, “One more hour and I’ll go.”
If you’re a hard-charging go-getter, drape yourself in modesty.
A reader called us to ask, “Should I start job hunting? My company is scaling down longtime perks like free coffee. Even the water coolers are now unfilled. Am I overreacting—or should I flee while I can?”
Win compliance from employees by highlighting what’s to gain by cooperating, not what’s to lose if they don’t.
You have a chance encounter with your division president and you want to say something impressive. Nothing comes to mind, so you resort to that old standby: compliments.
Alice, 57, has three grown children. She’s a capable administrative assistant but her real “talent” is parenting younger workers.
An employee says, “Stop nagging, it’ll get done,” but you’re still concerned it won’t.
Some speakers don’t end their comments with finality.
You explode at an employee in front of onlookers. Or you make an offensive faux pas at a team meeting. Don’t ignore it.