Freeloads and creeps, ugh.
Stress in the office and bosses with too-high expectations are the worst. Add slacking teammates, freeloaders, and creeps to the mix, and you've got yourself a daily dose of headaches and eye rolls. Check out these cringe-worthy stories some
What if you're not a favorite?
Teacher's pets and bullies are such a cliché-and both are pretty annoying presences at school. But they do exist, and when you enter the workplace, lo and behold, you'll come across some of them, too.Yes, some bosses play
Just zip it.
While being assertive and opinionated are values we encourage and admire, there are definitely moments when you should just zip it. Ahead are some situations when speaking up might not be the best idea:1. When you're already pissedEven the best,
Do you like the people you work with?
One of the things people often forget to consider when applying for work is the culture of the company they're eyeing. People think about the job interview, the compensation, and even the commute, but not so much about whether or not
These guys make a day in the office a bitch.
1. The loud talker. We're all trying to concentrate here, and loud chatter-what more, about irrelevant crap-is distracting and annoying-we can't hear ourselves think! That person naturally has a loud voice? Well, she can step out of
Saying, "That's not my job."
Procrastination Admit it: Sometimes, no matter how close your deadline is, it's tempting to just watch a movie or go through your Instagram feed than finish a report that's due tomorrow. But remember, cramming all your tasks in one day
­You know to send a thank-you note after your boss gives you a promotion and not to sext on the job. But there's one crime that isn't so obvious, and it could cost you.
Certain workplace faux pas-like answering your cell mid-meeting-are so idiotic that we'd be insulting your intelligence if we warned you against them. But if you're a Millennial (meaning ages 18 to 29), there's a good chance
Turns out, men and women have very different codes of behavior on the job. So, that's why male coworkers often view us as a little crazy.
Aside from dealing with a crush on that dude from digital, you may not think gender differences matter at work. But the fact is, you still have to work with (and often for) men, and you need to feel comfortable doing so.
Whether she's hard to please or just plain hard to read, there's a way for you to work well with a strict superior. Read on to find out how.
Dealing with a boss you don't get along with can be tough. After all, how can you be productive working from nine to five if you don't feel comfortable with the person you report to? There are many reasons your
You're probably no stranger to office politics, gossip, and the insecure people who perpetuate them. Image consultant Bianca Valerio tells you how to handle them.
Just like the air we breathe, insecure people are all around us, including ourselves. Yes, even the most seemingly superior types are just as insecure as the next person. The only difference is they either don't realize they're insecure or
It doesn't matter if you're Team Kris or Team Ruffa. When you find yourself in an emotionally difficult situation at work, keep it together. Here's how.
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