3 Things You Need to Remember When Your Co-workers Are Driving You Insane

We all have to deal with annoying co-workers from time to time. But, rather than getting bent out of shape, why not remind yourself of the positive things about them? Here are three important reminders to lift your spirits in those moments when you're extra frustrated with your colleagues.

How to Backtrack on a Promise to a Client (Without Losing Their Trust)

Your client expects something that was included in their contract and you have to explain why you can’t deliver on it. Backtracking on a promise can be tricky, but it's totally doable. Here's how to break the news (professionally).

Here’s How to Make Sure Everyone on Your Team Loves You

Want to be well-liked by everybody in your office—from your boss to your co-workers? Learn the one key quality that will help you.

11 Surprising Reasons Your Well-written Email Will End Up in Spam

Email spam filters are great. They keep already-bursting inboxes clear from scammers, advertisements for questionable medication, and a whole slew of other messages you’d rather not have to sort through. But they can also catch real, important things. Here are a few known traps you can avoid.

Trying to Find a Balance? Here’s How to Shift Gears From Work to Home

Work always seeping into your home life? Keep reading for tips on finding balance.

5 Tricks for Getting Powerful People to Come to You (Seriously)

You probably know that powerful people receive dozens, if not hundreds, of unsolicited requests every day. But the secret to getting their attention isn't to chase them—but to get them to come to you. Here are five tips for doing just that.

The Best Way to Ask Your Boss for Regular Check-ins (Template Included!)

So, you’re feeling really disconnected from your boss. You like them, but you never seem to be on the same page. Here's how to ask them (nicely) to schedule regular check-ins with you via email or in person—and make both your lives easier.

36 Obvious Signs That You Just Threw Your Presentation Together

Ever pulled a presentation together for work at the last minute? Yeah, well it’s probably a lot more obvious than you think. Here are the signs you’re not as prepared as you said you were.

My Illness Inspired Me to Launch 2 Organizations Dedicated to Helping Others

At just 15 years old, Roxanne Black-Weisheit was diagnosed with Lupus. At 42, she was diagnosed with lymphoma. Black-Weisheit has overcome extensive adversity, but it's only made her stronger and more driven. Here's how she launched not one, but two nonprofits helping people with illnesses.

Here’s How You Answer the Illegal “What’s Your Current Salary” Question

The laws, meant to curb discrimination against historically underpaid groups, could help anyone who feels they were paid unfairly in a previous role. But we all know that just because it's illegal doesn’t mean it won't come up. So what can you do if you get the salary history question anyway?