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Nurses are facing mask shortages.

I was a nurse for 30 years. We’re being drafted into war, but our commander-in-chief refuses to give us the weapons and protection we need to fi...

Alix Atwell says she and her fellow nurses have been sounding the alarm for years, but the message landed on "deaf, greedy ears."
Even if you personally don't feel at risk, it's time to push your company to take action.

Ask a Manager’s Alison Green on what to do if your company is being too lax about the coronavirus

One of the most effective things an employee can do is band together with other coworkers, and push back as a group.
Susie Moore.

6 confidence hacks that helped me go from earning $75,000 to $500,000 a year

Opportunities, responsibility, and salary bumps are highly correlated with how confident and visible you are. So you have to be front and center.

11 signs your job is making your life miserable

Do you spend tons of time and energy explaining to friends, family, and anyone who will listen just how bad your job is at the moment?
Learn the difference between rich and toxic relationships.

I studied 177 self-made millionaires for 5 years, and learned that rich people deliberately surround themselves with rich friends. Here are the traits...

Long before they became rich, these self-made millionaires made an effort to only spend time with people they aspired to be.

I’ve talked to many world leaders. Queen Elizabeth II was the best at the art of conversation — here’s why.

Having had the opportunity to talk with her on many occasions over several years, I was flabbergasted at how she had honed the skill to perfection.
Boeing has used corporate welfare to fund its "villainy."

It’s time to end corporate welfare. Boeing is exhibit A for why.

Washington state leaders in 2013 gave Boeing a jaw-dropping $8.7 billion in tax breaks that are still rolling out to this day.
Stuart Cohen.

6 ways to make your relationships with employees the best they can be — and your business more profitable

All successful entrepreneurs know that they have to depend on others to create a strong business — and good relationships make everything better.
The Cartier Mansion.

The story of how Cartier’s iconic New York store was paid for in pearls

In 1916, Pierre Cartier put what he believed to be the most expensive necklace in the world in his New York showroom. It caught Maisie Plant's eye.
Sara Nelson, the president of the Association of Flight Attendants, speaks during a press conference on aviation safety during the January shutdown.

America’s most influential flight attendant helped end the longest government shutdown. Now she’s on a mission to revive unions — an...

AFA-CWA president Sara Nelson is calling for Americans across industries to organize to end inequities and unchecked power in the country.