An NFL Player Retired During Halftime and 20 Other Crazy, Outrageous, Sad and Infamous Last Days at Work

These people went out with more than a Bankers Box filled with tchotchkes and a goodbye email.

Andy Richter Agrees: Leaving Dirty Dishes in the Work Sink Is Rude

“It is astonishing to me that people I work with leave dirty dishes in the office kitchen sink for interns to do. Astonishing,” the writer and actor tweeted. “And by the way, WE HAVE A DISHWASHER.” What can you do when your co-workers are as stuck in their rude habits as the schmutz on that bowl?

The 9 Rules of Being an Adult at Work

We all think we have it together at work. But then something happens—an annoying co-worker, a failed project, a company restructuring—that makes us, well, act a bit out of our element. Yes, these may sound basic, but take note—immature moves could change the way people perceive you.

A Plea to People Who Send Calendar Invites: Write Better Subject Lines

You + Me = much more informative.

The 5-Minute Post-Interview Move That Can Make or Break You

Acing the job interview doesn't mean you get to sit back and just wait for the offer to role in. Instead, you should sit down and write a thank you note.

How Much to Tip Everyone in Your Life for the Holidays, From Your Landlord to the Mail Carrier

Here are a few best practices when it comes to holiday tipping.

7 Ways to Regift Sincerely and Without Getting Caught

A recycled gift, selected with great care and given with a generous heart, will be received with a smile -- so long as only you know it's recycled.

10 Indirect Things We Get Judged On — How Do You Shape up?

And have you thought about your teeth or the condition of your nails lately?

This Entrepreneur Is Building a Matchmaking Service for Pen Pals

Kate Dobie wants to create a hub for letter-writers. Can it work? We asked her ... by letter, of course.

8 Ways to Gracefully Receive a Compliment

Everyone wants praise but nice people often are often inadvertently rude when they receive it.