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5 habits you never knew were keeping you from getting promoted, and changes you can do today to change them.
If you think the email greeting isn't all that important, you're wrong. There's one good way to start it, and several phrases to avoid.
US workers are failing drug tests at an incredible rate — but legal weed has the future of these screenings in doubt
A trend against marijuana screening is growing, but experts say workplace drug testing just needs to evolve with the times.
We asked two workplace experts to share the best ways to earn lasting respect from your coworkers and your boss.
Know the signs of a terrible boss — from gossiping to throwing tantrums — so you can get out before it's too late.
It's good to know what your peers make. It's not good if they end up hating you. Here's how to ask your coworkers how much they're making.
Experts say a variety of signs could indicate that an employee may be about to quit their job, including a change in how they dress, how they interact with coworkers, and their behavior in meetings. Keep reading for a full list of indicators that an employee may be about to quit.
Forget the traditional boss-employee relationship — people are saying they have their boss’ phone number, have met their partners, and hav...
People are becoming friendlier than ever with their bosses — but some career experts still advise against blurring the lines too much.
A study on pay transparency found that employees who learned their boss made more than they thought were subsequently motivated to work harder.
Most people know not to use a selfie as their LinkedIn photo — but an analysis of 2,000 LinkedIn profiles found they’re surprisingly commo...
An analysis by employee screening firm JDP found that about 9% of LinkedIn profiles featured selfies, and 15% of headshots were cropped from a group shot.