• Why You Should Ask Questions at Work
    You've got questions, but should you ask them at work? Many employees feel it's risky. They wonder, will work-related queries make them seem aware and engaged or uniformed and ill-prepared?
  • How To Avoid Investing In Office Gossip
    Investing in office gossip provides the diminishing returns of workplace dissension and a climate of distrust. It degrades the gossiper, who is taken less seriously or viewed as divisive, and the object of the gossip, whose professional or personal reputation is being assaulted.
  • Navigating the Manners Minefield at Work
    If you forget to write a thank you note to your grandmother, it's likely she'll still love you. But if you can’t navigate the manners minefield at work, you could be out of a job. Changing technology has led to the relaxing of some standards, but many manners mandates from years ago remain curren...
  • 10 Ways to Announce Your Accomplishments At Work Without Bragging
    Excelling at work is always the goal. But taking credit for your accomplishments can leave you feeling anxious and awkward about what to say and how to say it.
  • Do Group Projects Limit My Opportunity to Grow Individually?
    Now the group project has rolled back around, this time with stakes a lot higher than your GPA. Your professional reputation is on the line, not to mention promotions.
  • Looking into a Marketing Career? Consider These Career Paths.
    Most people have a vague sense of what marketers do. Are you considering a career in marketing? Here are some potential career paths worth researching.
  • 5 Timeless Skills to Build/Have on Your Resume
    Are you reentering the workforce, looking to make a career change, or perhaps simply wanting to refine your resume just in case an exciting new opportunity presents itself in the future?
  • Hiring Managers Share The Moment They Knew the Applicant Would Get the Job
    When you interview for a job, you hope the hiring manager is considering all aspects of what you can offer the company. But sometimes, it all comes down to one answer to a question or one key aspect of your history. Hiring managers share the moment they knew the applicant would get the job.
  • How to Show Off Your Emotional Intelligence in a Job Interview
    Emotional intelligence. Experts say you have to have it to be successful. But what is it? And how can you show you potential employer you have it during the course of a 30-minute job interview?
  • How to Navigate Politics in the Workplace
    Most workers when asked will tell you they hate office politics. One poll of 169 employees found that 61 percent of people said they only reluctantly took part in office politics, while another 20 percent said they do their best to ignore office politics whenever they can.
  • Emojis, Memes, and GIFs: Are They Shortcuts to Friendly Work Chat?
    You send them to your friends and family all the time—in fact, some of your conversations are made up almost entirely of emojis, memes, and GIFs—but should you also use them to connect with coworkers?
  • 2020 Star Nurses Weekly Spotlight - Chapter 1
    As a part of the recognition of the 2020 Star Nurses finalists we will spotlight nurses through the end of summer. Check back each week for more spotlights from our 92 Star Nurses.
  • How to Increase Productivity While Working from Home
    Remote work has experienced more than 159% growth over the past 15 years, but many Americans are working from home exclusively for the first time due to COVID-19
  • How to Know When to Go to a New Job or Stay Put
    You’ve hit a wall. Your work is no longer challenging or rewarding. You feel an urge to grow but your career has grown stale. So, how do you know when it’s time to go or to stay put? Here are five questions to help you answer that.
  • 5 Things to Consider When Going Back to Work Full Time
    Any job search is demanding, but it’s extra stressful when going back to work after an extended absence. . You may be out of practice, but the skills and work ethic you’ve developed over the years remain intact. You simply need to remind yourself of this fact and find a way to promote your value ...
  • The Fastest Way To Clean Up Your Inbox
    When email was first introduced, it was a timesaver, but it’s gotten a bit unruly since then. With communication so cheap and easy, people now send emails for every note, memo, question, comment, pitch, or thank you. Pair that with multiparty chains and an expectation for immediate reply, and it’...
  • Can I Excel at My Job, Enjoy a Social Life, and Get Enough Sleep?
    “Can I excel at my job, enjoy a social life, and get enough sleep?” We’ve all asked ourselves some version of this question, and our answers typically fall somewhere between a self-defeating no and derisive laughter at our own foolishness. But it doesn’t have to be this way. It is possible to exc...
  • How to Quit Your Job Gracefully (And Write that Resignation Letter)
    Whatever the reason, it is finally time to quit your job. While circumstances will certainly vary depending on your relationship with your supervisor and the company, here’s a how-to guide for resigning from your job with grace and class.
  • Stop Apologizing in the Office
    Saying sorry is not always the way to go. Here's how we feel about apologizing in the office.
  • How to Negotiate the Contract You Want before Starting a New Job
    By the time I get to the last round of interviews for a job I am usually so exhausted and convinced that they want someone else that negotiating a contract is not even on my radar. I can remember saying, “Yes,” before my last employer even finished her sentence about what my salary would be. I di...