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Ghosting at Work May Come Back to Haunt You

So one day you wake up and realize that you are over it. You no longer want to be friends with someone. Or you’re just not into your girlfriend/boyfriend anymore. Or you no longer want to carpool with so-and-so. So how do you handle it? Ghost them of course. Good choice...
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Social Media Productivity Loss in the Workplace

Many employers believe that browsing on social media during work hours is distracting. It requires time to refocus and make up for loss of productivity and mood shifts. A reasonable argument would be, so is the dog in the cubicle next to me. So is the coworker “om’ing” in the open-concept creative space. So is the...
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How to Deal with Lying in the Workplace

Lying in the workplace can have serious consequences. Take, for example, the recent case of Empire star Jussie Smollett, whose lie about being attacked in a hate crime has led to the implosion of his career and the possibility of facing criminal charges. That said, when it comes to lies on the job, are there different...
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7 Things to Never Say to Your Boss

Has the relationship between you and your boss become chummy? Has it developed into a friendship outside work? When your colleague becomes your friend, the line between professional and personal behavior can easily be blurred, putting the relationship and business decisions at risk. This is especially true in the dynamic between boss...
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7 Qualities of a Good Employee

When we fall short in our professional lives, it is easy to blame someone else—the company, low pay, uninspiring coworkers, a stale love life, lack of coffee, a bad boss, or whatever. While these things can play a role, sometimes we have to look closer to home and admit, “It’s not them, it’s me.” We...
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7 Mistakes Managers Make and Employees Hate

Do you have a former manager or boss who stands out in your memory? Most of us do. Some stand out because of their incompetence, and others because they were unprofessional jerks. And yet others because they did their job and taught us something valuable along the way. I worked for...
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7 Questions To Help Keep A Workplace Compliment Sincere And Legit

Keeping workplace compliments sincere and within the legal boundaries is simple, if your reasons for giving it are sincere.

A few synonyms for the word “compliment” are admiration, endorsement, and congratulations. These all sound innocent enough. However, a compliment veiled in flattery and flirtation can quickly turn into an awkward situation and labeled...
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Common Guest Quirks and How to Squash Them

Are you anticipating another disagreeable interaction among your guests? Is there one guest who always seems to stir things up? It's incredible how one person can ruin a gathering. Sometimes it's the combination of guests can make for a volatile situation. Regardless, as a host, your goal is to provide a welcoming atmosphere for all. And,...
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