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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 »
Is it appropriate to use office email to apply for a transfer?
There's a certain etiquette involved with applying for a transfer to another part of the same company. Follow these guidelines to ensure a successful outcome. Read More »
Your co-workers will wonder how you do it
Concrete, painless tips to standing out at work. We'd all like to shine at work and land the promotion we feel we deserve. Follow these tips and you will. Read More »
Challenge of the colleague who never seems to 'get it'
There will come a time when you find yourself working with someone who demonstrates no functional ability. Empathy, coaching and other advice for how to cope. Read More »
Video so brutal it requires proof of age to view
Four Wisconsin dairy workers have been charged with animal cruelty after being caught allegedly mistreating cows in an activist group's undercover video. Read More »
We need to have a talk about your job performance
Knowing how to take criticism well is an important quality and if you respond by shutting yourself down, you are removing a chance to learn and grow. Read More »
No stretching exercises required
Advice on being flexible and adaptable at work and on a job search. Read More »
Get your applications ready
The nine most romantic industries. Industries with the most relationships among co-workers. Just in time for Valentine's Day as researched by Career Builder. Read More »
24 percent admit they've dated one of their superiors
The facts are in. Everything you wanted to know about the frequency and characteristics of workplace romances. We've even got a pie chart! Read More »
Believe in yourself, even if everyone else thinks you're a doofus
Bosses and team leaders know something about confidence, but sometimes you have to fake it 'til you make it. Here's your Jobs Week guide to building confidence. Read More »
Back in my day, they didn't give us free energy bars!
What is work ethic? AOL Jobs Week explores the evolution of hard work and finds ways to evaluate and strengthen the work muscle if yours has grown flaccid. Read More »
Washing dishes and breaking news taught me to handle pressure
Working under pressure is a soft skill that's kind of hard. Not everyone has it. Here's how I learned it. One of 10 skills featured in AOL Jobs Week 2014. Read More »
Like any relationship in life, teams take work
There is no 'I' in team but there has to be leadership. What I've learned about teams during a career at big, small and medium-sized companies. AOL Jobs Week. Read More »
Step one: Stop insulting your boss's ties
Outside of relationships, there's no place where good communication is more key than the workplace. Read More »