4 Positive Body Language Signs (That Mean Nothing Because the Client’s Going With the Cheapest Option)

You can learn a lot about what a person is thinking based on their body language. But sometimes, the only thing that speaks louder than body language is money. Budget, to be exact. Here's how you can interpret four body language signs when your client has to hire whoever will work for cheapest.

Welp, This “What Do You Do” Meme Is Way Too Relatable

Every job isn’t exactly what you think it is. While you can give people a broad overview, you’ll probably never be able to explain it perfectly to the people you care about. Which is why the recent "What Do You Do?" Twitter meme is so relatable for anyone who's had to describe their job to others.

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.

5 Highlights of My Workday That Would Horrify My 15-Year-Old Self

Getting excited over a spreadsheet obviously got me thinking about what else would horrify my teenage self about my life now, specifically my average workday at the office. What mundane things truly make me happy now?

30 Buzzword-y Phrases You Should Cut From Your Vocabulary (Like, Right Now)

Do your colleagues ever say things that make you cringe? There are plenty of office buzzwords that make all of us roll our eyes—yet, we're all still guilty of using them time and time again. Put that to a stop by cutting these 30 words and phrases out of your vocabulary immediately.

5 Lessons I Learned From Having Dogs as My Only Co-workers

You might not think that having dogs as co-workers would be enlightening. But, those four-legged troublemakers actually have quite a bit of wisdom to share. Here are five important lessons learned by someone who spends each and every day with dogs as her only colleagues.

5 Lessons I Learned From Having Dogs as My Only Co-workers

You might not think that having dogs as co-workers would be enlightening. But, those four-legged troublemakers actually have quite a bit of wisdom to share. Here are five important lessons learned by someone who spends each and every day with dogs as her only colleagues.

How to Deliver Bad News in the Worst Way Possible

So, you have to tell your colleagues some bad news. And you want to do it in a way that gets everyone’s heart rates up and ensure no one sleeps well that night. Well then rest assured that these 15 tried-and-true methods will do the trick.

The Honest Cover Letter No One Will Ever Actually Send

Tailoring your cover letter during a long job search can be exhausting. And the longer the hunt goes on, the more tempted you'll be to send something like this.

How to Build the Funny Bones of a Solid Business Relationship

Are you and your business partners humor-compatible? You can use your wit to stay tight-knit.