If you’ve ever had a co-worker who drains your energy and creates frustration by her controlling antics and negative attitude, you may have run into a Drama Diva. In this article, Kaley Klemp and Jim Warner, authors of The Drama-Free Office give specific tips on how to create a change in her – or at least create a more positive work experience for yourself.Read Full Story
No matter where you work, you come across a wide cross-section of individuals -- some you‘d like to hang out with outside of the office, and some you’d rather not deal with – ever. But no matter who your co-workers are now or who you’ve shared a workspace with in the past, there are a few specific types of people that always seem to pop up no matter where you work. We’ve put together a list of some of the most common career personality types - represented by characters from three of our favorite TV shows – Glee, 30 Rock and Parks and Recreation. See which ones you identify with most.Read Full Story
Ah, the office romance. It held so much promise and started off so well, but things have fizzled. Now you wish you'd never gone out with him, and you don’t want things to be awkward around the water cooler. If you’ve gone cold on a recent cubicle connection, we have some tips for ending things with grace and dignity.Read Full Story
It's natural for you to feel angry or sad at different times and sometimes for no reason whatsoever. No amount of positive thinking will keep you from these occasional feelings, and though they may not last long, they can lead to trouble at work. When you experience instinctive emotions that are toxic, they may not only have detrimental effects on your health, they can also impair your ability to perform on the job.Read Full Story
Wherever will you find your next true love? For many adults, the workplace is rife with dating possibilities -- it is where we spend most of our waking hours, and thus have most of our social interactions. If you're looking for love while on the job, make sure you follow these tips to realize happiness for your heart and your career.Read Full Story
Office romance today is more prevalent than ever despite what employers may mandate. Longer hours, more business travel and less time to meet people out of the office provides more opportunities to develop intimacy with people at work. Is there a way for singles to play at work without putting their careers at risk?Read Full Story
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