Workplace Communication

In an era of Casual Fridays and work-from-home colleagues, how can you maintain effective office communication in a changing business climate?

We’ll steer you through changes in business etiquette, and help you successfully navigate through the new realities of workplace conflict and office politics.

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As we head into the Fourth of July weekend, take a look at how three companies handle vacation time—from compressed schedules leading to more time off to luxury digs fit for a wealthy client. And don’t forget the overseas surgery!

Employers have any number of legitimate reasons to monitor employees’ e-mail and Internet usage. Beyond personal productivity issues, you risk significant loss should an employee download a virus or other damaging software or engage in illegal activity conducted on company computers. Here's a discussion of the risks, plus a sample policy ...

Here are some phrases to avoid so you don't accidentally belittle someone at work.
After a loud argument with a peer or employee, you’re mortified by your behavior. A day or two has passed. Now what do you do?
Terry, a manager at a financial firm, discusses his challenges dealing with an uncommunicative peer.
Audiences can listen to even the best speakers for a maximum of 18 minutes. If you pass that point, you’ve lost them. Here are some ways to make that time count.
Three managerial goals are featured for the month of July.
Physical exercise strengthens your cardiovascular health, but here are some ways it is also good for the brain.
How to respond to irksome co-workers.
It’s easy to manage people when everyone’s happy and free of office politics. But conditions are rarely so rosy.
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