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Gift cards from HR ... Fixing three years' worth of miscalculated benefits
It’s necessary to promote yourself as competent and confident in your job, but beware of turning people off with exaggerations. Here’s how to avoid sounding arrogant when you’re trying to sound confident.
It’s becoming increasingly hard to find a human to talk to when you pick up the phone. It was inevitable that automated advisers—called robo-advisers—would seep into the 401(k) arena.
Knowing the difference between the types of phrase shorteners can help you use them correctly in writing.
While healthy competition can boost productivity, a hyper-competitive workplace can also cause stress, anxiety and office drama when employees feel pitted against one another. Chris Taylor, writing at The Muse, offers advice for avoiding harmful rivalries in a competitive company.
If you can’t pay your back payroll taxes all at once, you may enter into an installment agreement with the IRS and pay them off over time. Bad news: The fees for entering into installment agreements have increased precipitously.
Laura Golonka, the executive assistant to the president of Combined Insurance in Chicago, says patience and persistence are among the most important qualities she has developed in more than 30 years as an admin.
Intelligence and technical skills can move you through your career, but people who also have social skills and likability tend to make more money. If you’re shy or anxious in social settings, here’s some advice for becoming more likable at work.
The lack of one pesky comma can sure cause a great deal of trouble. A federal appeals court has ruled that Maine’s overtime law, which omits a comma from a list of overtime-exempt activities, meant that employees were entitled to overtime, after all.
A less-talked-about cause of stress is loneliness. Busy couples might rely too heavily on each other for companionship, and single people who live alone might lack outside friendships. Connecting with other people and having the support of friends is important to reduce stress.
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