An HR Expert’s Take on How to Navigate an Office Romance

Finding yourself head over heels for someone at work isn't necessarily a bad thing, but it's important to know how to conduct yourselves and your relationship.

7 Steps for Criticizing Anyone (Including Your Boss) Without Hurting Any Feelings

Worried about offending someone and ruining the relationship? Here's how you can give feedback that'll actually be accepted and respected.

The Best Way to Figure Out if a Company’s Truly Committed to Diversity and Inclusion

Target your research before applying for a job and ask specific questions in your interview to learn how committed a company is to diversity and inclusion.

Let’s All Agree to Stop Using the Word “Fine”

Saying that things are "fine" doesn't always send the right message. Here's why you should stop saying it, and what to do instead.

3 Questions Desperate Job Seekers Need to Stop and Ask Themselves

If you get to the point where you think: "I'll take any job," step back and make sure you're not making a job search decision you'll later regret.

4 Easy Ways to Be More Creative (Even if Your Brain Hurts Just Thinking About It)

Here are four strategies for thinking creatively on a regular basis—without having to travel abroad or become an artist.

The Career-Changing Pizza Dinner That Made Me Realize Networking Actually Works

Hosting one of Ann Shocket's "Badass Babes" dinners was an empowering experience for this writer, who learned about networking and made lasting connections.

10 Quick Tips for Writing a Sales Email That Makes Prospects Smile (Then Respond)

Here are 10 essential tips on writing a kickass sales email that actually gets responses.

What Finding Purpose in Your Career Really Means, According to Mark Zuckerberg

In his commencement speech at Harvard University, Mark Zuckerberg talks about what purpose means. Hint: It's not about you.

What’s Your Office Poker Style?

We took 4 common poker styles and translated them to their workplace counterparts. Which begs the question: what's your style?