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7 things you do at the office that make you look less smart, less accomplished, and less impressive than you really are

Even the smartest people can display workplace habits that make them look unprofessional.

29 obnoxious habits that are annoying everyone in the office

Everyone has bad workplace habits, whether you realize it or not.

The biggest mistake people make when dealing with the office jerk, according to a Stanford professor

Robert Sutton, professor of management at Stanford University, shares his insight on mistakes to avoid while dealing with workplace jerks.

How to survive your terrible coworkers, according to a Stanford professor

Stanford University management professor Robert Sutton breaks down tips for dealing with terrible coworkers.

Forget money — finding a job you’ll like for years comes down to a factor you probably overlook

Leadership expert and bestselling author Simon Sinek says it's crucial to like the people you work with — and it's even more important than salary and benefits.

24 things you should never say to your coworkers

Being friends with your coworkers can be great, but it can get you into trouble when you don't keep things professional at work.

11 signs you can’t trust your coworkers

Sometimes, in the office, it's safer to just trust nobody.

9 expert tips to hold meetings that don’t waste people’s time

We rounded up some simple strategies for running efficient meetings that result in getting stuff done — instead of boring people to death.

How to find out what people really think about you at work

Tasha Eurich, author of "Insight," shares practical tips for learning how your coworkers and direct reports perceive you.

The creator of the questions taken by 14 million people on dating site Match made a workplace personality test — and I took it

Helen Fisher, a leading expert on the science of love, created the Neurocolor Temperament Inventory to help coworkers understand each other — and themselves.