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Administrative Professional Today

You’ve probably experienced back pain if you sit at a desk all day. The American College of Physicians has updated its guidelines on treating back pain.

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If a co-worker frequently interrupts you or asks for things that are well outside of your work focus, show her it’s not the fastest way to get things done.

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Here are some questions to ask before you consign yourself to suffering day after day under a boring routine.

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Gloria M. Adams, an admin working for the state of Texas, offers this original tip.

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You’ve probably said “I’m so busy” more than a few times in your life. Consider whether you’re busy doing things that move your career forward vs. doing busywork that drains your energy.

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Few people relish having a sensitive conversation at work, but they have to happen. No matter the specific subject matter, it’s essential that required information is conveyed clearly and tactfully.

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Restrictive vs. nonrestrictive clauses, and more.

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Laura Thornberry has worked as an executive assistant for more than 20 years, and after suffering a couple of layoffs, last year she launched Collaborative VA Partners, a virtual assistant company based in Sacramento, California.

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Setting goals can be a good way to motivate yourself to work toward what you want, no question. But Stephanie Vozza, writing for Fast Company, wants you to hold on just a minute.

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Here are three tips from some experts on reducing pre-vacation stress.

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