We all have things to complain about in our office. It’s too warm during the winter, too cold during the summer, too crowded, too loud, too quiet, too stuffy, too bright, not bright enough. And usually, these issues start and end at just that, complaints. There’s no good fix to please everyone, so you learn
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Here comes 2015. You know this is going to be your year. As such, you may also know that you’re going to leave your current job for an incredible new one. So, let’s get you prepared to make that transition graceful and smooth, shall we? Here are six important things to do before you quit: 1. Make
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When I started my first job as a digital media coordinator at a small Catholic university, the only thought I’d given to my “five-year plan” was how I’d explain it in an interview. Flash forward five years and two titles later and I had settled into a day-to-day routine. I found myself increasingly bored with
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In case you just woke up from a very long nap and missed it, 2017 is officially here! Everyone you know is making New Year’s resolutions to work out more often, eat less fried foods, and find a job that pays them one billion dollars a year to do the exact thing they want to do. You
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At happy hour with a friend, you innocently start whining about the annoying comment your co-worker made earlier. Hours later, you both realize that the only thing you’ve spoken about the entire night is what you hate about your jobs. Whoops. It’d be quite remiss of me to say this should never happen. No position’s perfect, and you’ll
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What are you doing right now? Are you sitting at your desk, whiling away the time ’til happy hour? Are you recovering from the summer (while you simultaneously daydream about the upcoming long weekend?). Either way, my guess is that you probably aren’t thinking that hard about your career. But, did you know that there are some
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A couple of years ago, I worked with a co-worker who hated me. She talked negatively about me to other team members and challenged me openly on several occasions. The cherry on top? She told my boss she was better suited to be manager than I was. Just because it stemmed from her frustrations with
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