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Hint: It has to do with laundry.
What Employees, Employers and Job Hunters Should Look for When It Comes to Workplace Harassment Policies
Recent data reveal where companies still have room for improvement in making their policies and processes known and effective.
Managing an Employee with a Bad Attitude? Just Focus on What This Person Does.
An employee who complains is tolerable if you set guidelines for what is acceptable behavior.
Giving Just Lip Service to Your Values and Vision Is a Lot Like Not Having Values or Vision
Company leaders must align, define, practice and enforce their values and vision every day to create a culture of success.
The Hotel Owner Who Called Out a Blogger for Asking for a Free Stay Is Now Defending Her
Reactions on the internet can be knee-jerk and ruthless, no matter how good your intentions are.
How Do Your Social Media Habits Compare to the Average Person's?
The average person spends over five years of his or her life on social media. And the time teens spend will blow your mind.
10 'Bad' Habits That Are Actually Signs You're Smarter Than You Think
In small doses, same 'bad' habits can be part of a healthy lifestyle.
How to Stay Positive When Startup Life Gets You Down
Sometimes life just sucks. Resist the urge to conclude that you suck, too.
Think You Sound Confident and in Control? Your Voice Says Otherwise.
Turns out you use different pitches with different types of people. It's a matter of dominance.