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Your desk should be organized in a way that maximizes productivity and your ability to perform tasks efficiently at work. A cluttered, messy desk can negatively impact your ability to perform your job. Here are nine things you should never keep at your desk.
Christmas music is coming. Over the next few months, you're likely to hear Michael Bublé's Christmas album in its entirety at least twenty times. But overexposure to festive songs might have a negative impact on your mental health — particularly those who work in retail.
A good boss shows you the ropes of your industry and guides you to reach your goals. You've likely walked away with lessons from a memorable boss that have stuck with you. Natalia Lusinski had bosses who taught her meaningful lessons and helped her get to where she is today in her career.
Signs your boss likes you aren't always super obvious. If you're worried about whether or not your manager supports you, consider these more subtle signs.
If you're looking to impress your manager and earn their respect, doing great work might not be enough. Use these easy tricks to wow the higher-ups.
If your job allows you to wear costumes to work on Halloween, you'll need to find a balance between having fun and staying work-appropriate. To avoid looking unprofessional, we've compiled some tips for dressing up at the office.
All 700 employees at this startup work remotely. Here’s why one of its top execs says it’s given them a major edge over the competition.
InVision is a 7-year-old software company that has no physical headquarters and whose employees work everywhere from Nigeria to Argentina. "It's about results, not where your IP address is," said InVision's chief people officer, Mark Frein.
Experts say there are 2 types of tattoos that are still a ‘no-go’ at work — and they’re likely to outright disqualify you from...
One in five Americans has a tattoo. While ink is more mainstream than ever, face and neck tattoos are still no-gos in most white collar offices. Hand tattoos are becoming accepted in the most progressive fields, like creative or tech industries.
A gig economy is an environment in which flexible, temporary positions are common.
Tattoos are finally becoming more acceptable at work, but experts say you should still cover them up when you're interviewing. Here's why.