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How to tell if you've got a bad boss.

24 signs you have a terrible boss, and how to stop them from crushing your happiness

Know the signs of a terrible boss — from gossiping to throwing tantrums — so you can get out before it's too late.
Employees aren't getting help to manage their mental illness at work.

American workers say jobs should do more to help them cope with mental health issues like depression and stress

Half of US workers don't have mental health insurance, according to a new survey from the HR company Paychex.
North Carolina does not provide collective bargaining and wage negotiations to teachers, police officers, or firefighters.

The 15 worst US states for workers

Virginia ranked last. Mississippi, the second worst state to work in, does not mandate equal pay across gender and race.
Be sure to listen, and try not to give unsolicited advice.

7 things you should never say to a coworker who just got laid off

When layoffs hit a company, they can be upsetting for employees who were close to the colleagues that got let go.
You should almost always direct your cover letter to a specific individual.

7 ways to figure out who the hiring manager is when it’s not listed in a job posting

Career expert Amanda Augustine shares her top tips for doing the necessary sleuth work when trying to address a cover letter to a hiring manager.
Don't ask to touch the baby bump.

7 things you should never say to a pregnant coworker

Pregnancy can be a stressful time for expectant mothers — and sometimes nosy coworkers can add to the misery.
Don't chat your boss "JFC."

Slack is changing the way we chat at work. Here’s an etiquette guide to help you survive a messaging-obsessed office.

While you should avoid acronyms with swear words like "wtf," communicating casually with your coworkers can help foster friendships.

Want to be successful? Avoid toxic co-workers and culture, Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan tells SMU graduands

When he first started Razer with S$4,000 in his savings, Tan says he "conveniently forgot" to tell his parents that he wasn't a lawyer anymore.
Remote workers work harder to prove their commitment, new research finds.

More people are working from home than ever before, but a hidden drawback can keep them from getting promoted

A study out of the University of California-Santa Barbara finds employees who are physically present in the office are seen as more committed.

Here are the answers to job interview questions from 20 of America’s top companies, from candidates who know

Facebook wants to know how candidates fit into company culture, while Google asks practical questions about its products.