Say no to Manic Mondays and yes to starting your week off right. Read my ten workplace commandments of Mondays, and let them work for you.
The office can be a stressful place. For your health and wellness, guest blogger Jamie Fleming-Dixon is sharing 4 tips on how to find your calm at work.
Workplace violence and the importance for employee safety is now front and center in our minds. Read how to help keep yourself safe and protected from harm.
Don’t count autumn out as it relates to your career. Check out my list of 6 Things You Need to Do this Fall at Work; these tips can help you this quarter.
Are you looking to be more active while in the workplace? Check out 5 Ways You Can Stay Heart Healthy While at Work and learn tips that promote wellness.
Does your workplace participate In Black History Month? Here are a few ideas that can help your employer celebrate the contributions of African Americans.
We’ve got another giveaway, and this time, it’s all about celebrating your career. Simply Show Us Your Workplace, Win a Visa Gift Card Giveaway. Deets here!
You don’t have to wear makeup to work, but if you do, here are 5 of my picks for beauty items that should be in your office makeup bag or desk.
While everyone is gearing up to finalize their brackets for March Madness and college basketball, a recent study performed by Vault indicates that office betting, however shameful or against office protocol and procedures, is commonplace amongst most professional office environments.
Wednesday, April 25th is Administrative Professionals Day! As someone who worked as an administrative assistant for several years, it’s a fabulous day that holds a special place in my heart. It’s the secretaries, receptionists, assistants, and other supporting players that make an office run like a well-oiled machine, so it is only right that they get their day to shine.
Thursday, April 26, 2012 is Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day. It’s a day that encourages employees to bring their children to work so that they can learn what mom and dad does at work all day. Some offices really rally around this special day by having events in the office such as breakfasts that are catered with the young palate in mind to having movie time during lunch.
First off, working at home takes dedication and a strong work ethic. You have to be able to self manage and stay productive without someone encouraging you. And, you have to make sure to not fall into the lazy trap and allow your “home” life to overtake your “work” life. Working for yourself at home is not as easy as it looks!