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 »
By Vivian Giang
It's hard enough to maintain professionalism at the workplace, but it may be even more difficult when you work in a sexually charged environment.
And Patty Brisben, founder of Pure Romance, a company that sells intimate feminine products, told us she's "seen it all." Read More »
By Kelly Eggers
When you go on a job interview, failing to impress the hiring manager with your eloquence may be the least of your worries. There are some things you might do that go way beyond flubbing a tough question. Read More »
For college graduates who fear that they may be trading their diplomas for Starbucks aprons, there's good news and bad: Employers have hired 19 percent more graduates in 2011 than they did in 2010 -- when just 56 percent had locked down a job by last spring, according to a Rutgers University survey. But the... Read More »
Recent college grads are not getting good grades on their post-graduate performance. In a recent survey, human resources and business professionals said they felt that half of all college grads don't exhibit professionalism at work, and the executives don't expect any change in the near future.
The recent... Read More »