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5 Dangers In Working For A Bad Boss

5 Dangers In Working For A Bad Boss

You've been warned: A bad boss may turn you into a bad employee.

Working for a bad boss can impact you in ways you might not have thought about. Here are five of those less obvious dangers. Read More »

Stop People From Gossiping About You

Stop People From Gossiping About You

By Andrea Murad Not all conversations at work happen around a conference table or at a formal meeting. The more juicy chats tend to occur around the water cooler, at happy hour or in the hallways. No matter the culture or employees' happiness levels, every office has gossip. Read More »

Top 10 Mistakes That Interns Make

Top 10 Mistakes That Interns Make

Scoffing at boring or menial tasks, dressing inappropriately and eight more mistakes. Read More »

Why Co-Workers Shoot Paintballs At Each Other

Why Co-Workers Shoot Paintballs At Each Other

By Anthony Balderrama Most of us have been forced to play some sort of ice-breaker game, whether it's to find out five facts about the person sitting next to you or get into a group and work on a puzzle together. Teachers, managers and other group leaders often look for activities to make people in the room... Read More »

10 Reasons You Didn't Get The Job

10 Reasons You Didn't Get The Job

By Alison Green Wondering what's running through your interviewer's mind? Here are 10 things your interviewer might be thinking-but probably won't tell you: Read More »

How To Get Along With Difficult Bosses

How To Get Along With Difficult Bosses

By Andrea Murad Most of us have a boss, and while it might sound counterintuitive, experts say that knowing how to make your boss look good and shine will advance your career. Unless you own your business, you likely have a boss who decides promotions and raises that help you climb the corporate ladder. Even... Read More »

Salary Negotiations: 10 Tips To A Better Offer

Salary Negotiations: 10 Tips To A Better Offer

By Alison Green Not much makes job-seekers more anxious than negotiating-or even discussing-salary. After all, you might ask for too much, ask for too little, or otherwise sabotage your own chances of getting the best possible salary. Negotiation will go more smoothly if you know what landmines to avoid. Read More »

6 Reasons NOT To Change Your Career

6 Reasons NOT To Change Your Career

By Ritika Trikha So, you've had enough. You've poured your heart out, worked your fingers to the bone, and turned your hair gray, but no one seems to appreciate it. You're unhappy, and ready to make a career change. Sounds fair. But hasty decisions might leave you in unfamiliar territory with neither field... Read More »

Most Outrageous Perks That Employers Offer In 2012

Most Outrageous Perks That Employers Offer In 2012

By Woodrow Aames At a time when companies are struggling to recruit certain talent, established companies and startups alike know they have to dangle perks to lure recruits into the fold. And since free food and drink, stock options and yoga classes are no longer special, sometimes that means offering... Read More »

10 Startup Setbacks And How To Solve Them For Good

10 Startup Setbacks And How To Solve Them For Good

What is one common issue that you have faced with startup hires and how have you rectified the situation? The following answers are provided by the Young Entrepreneur Council, an invite-only nonprofit organization comprised of the world's most promising young entrepreneurs. The YEC promotes entrepreneurship... Read More »

Holiday Employment Hope To All And To All A Good 2012

Holiday Employment Hope To All And To All A Good 2012

By Kevin W. Grossman That was our pact. The fact that if it got to the point where we literally cried at the end of the workday, it was time to leave. That's what we did one night in December 1995. We made a pact that we'd walk away if our work worlds just became too unbearable. Which is exactly what we... Read More »

Photos And Videos: Job Postings' Wave Of The Future

Photos And Videos: Job Postings' Wave Of The Future

By Rob Kelly One of the things I admire about Glassdoor is that they're helping to lead the charge on visual transparency of employers (like these photos of Facebook below). Read More »

Working At A Startup: Do You Have What It Takes?

Working At A Startup: Do You Have What It Takes?

How can I determine if I have what it takes to work at a startup? What one quality do I need to have? -- Rachel, Seattle, WA Read More »

Japanese Firm Orders All Employees To Get Identical Haircuts To Reduce Energy Use

Japanese Firm Orders All Employees To Get Identical Haircuts To Reduce Energy Use

Japanese corporate culture has always placed the good of the organization above that of the individual worker, going so far as to dictate workplace fashion and daily exercise routines. But haircuts? At least one Japanese firm has jumped on the one-hairstyle-for-all bandwagon as part of a national campaign to... Read More »

It's Not Your Work That's Weighing You Down: It's Probably Your Co-Workers

It's Not Your Work That's Weighing You Down: It's Probably Your Co-Workers

If you're like most people, 2010 was a long, exhausting year. You're tired, depleted, and quite frankly just done with "business as usual." You're laying the blame for your fatigue squarely at the feet of the increased responsibilities and long hours you faced. But according to Jon Gordon, you might be... Read More »

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