You have work questions. Jack has answers.
AOL Jobs contributor Jack Silbert answers all your burning job-related questions. Read More »
How to avoid being marginalized at work
Are you the Rodney Dangerfield of your workplace: you get no respect? It's your job to take charge of your career. Read More »
Survey reveals who is most likely to gain weight at work
A CareerBuilder survey shows a connection between work and weight gain. Here are tips for keeping the pounds from creeping up on the job. Read More »
It depends on your boss
It's not always obvious how to communicate important information if you never see your boss in person. Read More »
'The cat got out' is not an acceptable excuse at most places
Off-the-wall excuses not to come to work can do more harm than good. Read More »
Did everyone really need to read that?
Before you send that email, ask yourself: Do I really need to 'reply all?' Read More »
10 things new graduates absolutely need to know
The working world is an environment that's far different from school. Read More »
Just assuming a confident pose will give you a power boost
There is scientific evidence to support the beneficial effects of power posing. Read More »
Keep it fun and clever and the joke won't be on you
If you choose to perform an April Fool's prank at work, be careful and keep the end goal in mind. Stay away from the nasty and mean spirited. Read More »
Prepare to be overwhelmed and underpaid on your first job
You'll learn a lot on your first job -- ranging from learning to work with difficult people to how manage yourself. It's not your boss's job to make you happy. Read More »
Some people will bet on just about anything
It's the season for NCAA March Madness and the odds are there's a betting pool somewhere that you work. CareerBuilder also uncovered other bizarre office bets. Read More »
Everybody loves a good bracket. Or do they?
One in five workers said they've participated in a March Madness office pool in the past; 11 percent said they plan to this year. Read More »
'But the Pope did it!'
Can swearing at work lend you credibility or damage your reputation? It depends. Read More »
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It's the Employee Appreciation edition of Lunchtime Live! Join AOL Jobs editor-in-chief Laurie Petersen and contributor Jack Silbert. Read More »
A little bit of 'thank you' can go a long way
Feeling under-appreciated at work? Here's how to score those coveted "thank you's." Read More »
Stay away from 'suck it' posts!
How to avoid a mistake on Facebook that could cost you your job. Or in this case, a Miami family's age discrimination settlement. Read More »
Are you putting your life and out-of-work relationships at risk?
Sometimes it is impossible to keep the boss from piling on more work. Other times it's not. Learn to say no without saying N-O. Read More »
Good work does not excuse temper tantrums
Think intelligent people are always good co-workers? Think again. Smart people are prone to serious mistakes that can have lasting career implications. Read More »
Just how sick do you need to be before you stay home from work?
Should you go to work when you're sick or stay home? Most offices suggest taking the day off, so why do we all go to work when we have a cold or the flu? Read More »
Students complained of alcohol on her breath
A Texas teacher fifth grade resigned during an investigation into allegations that she drank beer during class. Students reported alcohol on her breath. Read More »