People Management

Metro-North Train Conductor Says 'I'm Sorry' -- 500 Times

Metro-North Train Conductor Says 'I'm Sorry' -- 500 Times

Railroad doesn't 'condone' his method of apology

A Metro-North train conductor on a Connecticut to New York City run mistakenly told waiting passengers of a non-existent following train. So he left apologies. Read More »

How I Learned: Positive Attitude Makes The Difference

How I Learned: Positive Attitude Makes The Difference

Positive energy is contagious. Catch it if you can!

Soft skills: Positive Attitude. How the power of a positive attitude and great energy can transform your career. Read More »

Telling Your Boss About A Co-Worker's Inappropriate Office Behavior

Telling Your Boss About A Co-Worker's Inappropriate Office Behavior

There's a difference between tattling and telling

Five ways to tell when it's clear you should talk to your boss about a colleague's behavior. Read More »

Feeling Resentful? Maybe It's You, Not The Slacker On Your Team

Feeling Resentful? Maybe It's You, Not The Slacker On Your Team

Stop rushing to fill the void and watch what happens

Workplace resentment can result from the feeling not all are pulling their weight on projects. Read More »

Fearing Job Loss, ABC-TV Personality Drops 70 Pounds

Fearing Job Loss, ABC-TV Personality Drops 70 Pounds

It took a talk with her boss for Tory Johnson to see the way to weight loss

Good Morning America contributor Tory Johnson says it took fear of losing her job to finally lose weight. Read More »

Jobs Where Most People Hate Their Coworkers

Jobs Where Most People Hate Their Coworkers

A new report identifies 10 occupations where people can't stand their coworkers.

Payscale report identifies 10 occupations where people have the worst coworkers. Read More »

The Most Dangerous Industry For Workers

The Most Dangerous Industry For Workers

A new report reveals the industry with the most injuries and assaults -- and it will surprise you. Read More »

Are Shallow People Happier At Work?

Are Shallow People Happier At Work?

Does happiness make people complacent and self-centered? Read More »

The Complete Guide To Working In A Heat Wave

The Complete Guide To Working In A Heat Wave

Is your office air con hurting your work? Read More »

Forgotten Someone's Name? 6 Ways To Fake It

How to get through that awkward social situation seamlessly. Read More »

How To Get Successful People To Answer Your Emails

How To Get Successful People To Answer Your Emails

By Reggie Hall Jr. If the Internet were a real place, most emails would be the equivalent of that shady guy trying to sell you items from his kiosk at the mall. He's annoying. He doesn't give a crap about you. He wastes your time. And that foreign lotion bottle he extends to your terrified nostrils doesn't... Read More »

50 Best Companies For Older Workers

50 Best Companies For Older Workers

AARP and Society for Human Resource Management's annual ranking of best employers for the plus-50 set. Read More »

Walmart vs. Costco: How Do They Really Compare?

How the country's two biggest retailers fare head-to-head. Read More »

5 Things Never To Say To Co-Workers

5 Things Never To Say To Co-Workers

By Jenny Treanor If you're lucky enough to spend the day surrounded by co-workers whom you consider close friends, count your blessings. Not everyone has the good fortune to work side-by-side with those whom they connect with on the deepest personal level. For most of us, co-worker relationships are pleasant,... Read More »

Educators Strip-Searched High School Students During Exam

Quebec high school teachers are under investigation for strip searching students. Read More »

4 Traits Of Extraordinary Bosses

4 Traits Of Extraordinary Bosses

By Brad Lomenick Let's be honest: you don't want to fail. But if you're a leader, you've more than likely failed at one point or another. One of the most prevalent reasons for failure is the lack of the essential elements needed to lead now and well. Here are four traits you must possess if you want to succeed... Read More »

ESPN Begins Major Layoffs Despite Enormous Profits

ESPN Begins Major Layoffs Despite Enormous Profits

In November, Forbes called ESPN the world's most valuable media property. Earlier this month, the stock of ESPN's corporate parent Walt Disney Co. hit a record high. And on Tuesday, ESPN slashed its workforce. Sources told Deadspin that ESPN was laying off staff "in the hundreds." ESPN refused to confirm any... Read More »

6 Characteristics Of A Truly Great Workplace

6 Characteristics Of A Truly Great Workplace

What is the perfect place to work? An office where every employee gets an annual 10 percent raise? And nobody ever gets fired? And the CEO knows everyone's name? And there are free massages and volleyball courts and barrels of candy apples? None of the above. Rob Goffee of London Business School and Gareth... Read More »

5 Ways To Cope With A Dead-End Job

5 Ways To Cope With A Dead-End Job

By Aaron Guerrero You used to enjoy B.B. King's classic blues tune "The Thrill Is Gone," until you realized the title perfectly summed up your sentiments toward your job. It wasn't always this way. Shortly after being hired, you had the impression that your then-new company was a promised land for higher pay... Read More »

County Administrator Wins $1.2 Million In 'Reverse Discrimination' Case

County Administrator Wins $1.2 Million In 'Reverse Discrimination' Case

White man wins $1.2 million discrimination suit against Georgia county Read More »

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