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To hide notifications from ever-growing email threads, Gmail users can go to a drop-down menu above the thread and click "Mute."
Always write an email subject line. To make the email stand out, keep your subject line short, specific, and personalized.
There are plenty of mistakes you can make while emailing anyone from a colleague to an old friend to a new contact. Avoid these seven subject lines.
9 common passive-aggressive work emails and how to neutralize each of them to still get what you want
Passive-aggressive workplace emails might give you a headache. Fortunately, there are some key phrases you can use to neutralize passive-aggressive situations and still get what you want. Keep reading to see what they are.
Proper grammar can make a big difference in people's perceptions of you. Here are the top tips to master.
Wondering how to write a resignation letter? Here are some samples to get you started on your resignation letter, as well as expert tips on what's legally required to include.
Nix these phrases from your vocabulary or you could risk derailing your whole career.
The author of the classic career guide "Never Eat Alone" explains why the follow-up "is the key to success in any field."
Career expert and bestselling author Ramit Sethi says true networking isn't going to an industry cocktail hour and handing out business cards.
Just one game into a four-game road trip, Fredi Gonzalez learned he'd been fired when a one-way ticket back to Atlanta unexpectedly arrived in his inbox.