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The good, the bad and the ugly of surviving on the job

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Listening is Key to a Happy Workplace

Listening is Key to a Happy Workplace

It maybe hard to believe but something as basic as listening could just be the answer to creating a happy workplace. At work, many people spend a great deal of time talking and wanting to be heard.  Some of us are on the phone all day.  Others make a career out of giving presentations and [... read more]

Five Tips for Respectful Interaction in the Workplace

Five Tips for Respectful Interaction in the Workplace

There are tons of rules in society, some written and some implicit— a red light means stop and most people obey. In the workplace there are established rules of respect as well.  For example, if you physically assault someone, steal, or don’t show up for work, it’s likely you will be fired. For the most [... read more]

Should You Police Your Employees?

Should You Police Your Employees?

Just idea of it makes workers cringe but policing employees may become a necessary measure in battling office politics. Most bosses and subordinates hate the idea of “policing” and “being policed.”   It’s a word that makes everyone stand up a little straighter because essentially police are the figures that uphold the law and brings [... read more]

When Workers Engage in Job Sabotage

When Workers Engage in Job Sabotage

In an ideal world, we’d all work in a supportive environment but unfortunately, workers often engage in job-sabotage in an attempt to gain an edge. One reason this happens is because people on the job are in a stressful and competitive environment, which makes workers more aggressive.  Especially in an economy in which job loss [... read more]