Office Etiquette

Cynthia Nixon's Thermostat Request Is One Many Working Women Can Relate to

The New York gubernatorial candidate's team asked that the room for tonight's debate against sitting governor Andrew Cuomo be set at 76 degrees.

Lydia Belanger

· 3 min read

5 Phrases You Should Avoid Saying at Work

Approach work with a positive can-do attitude.

Ceren Cubukcu

· 3 min read

As Your Culture Goes, So Goes Your Company.

Society tolerates behaviors inimical to the wellbeing of your company.

Grant Cardone

· 5 min read

Are Your Co-Workers Driving You to Quit?

It's not just your boss who can drive you nuts. A host of factors can make co-workers unbearable.

Nina Zipkin

· 2 min read

Ask the Etiquette Expert: How to Handle a Hugger

Negotiating personal space takes finesse when dealing with the overly affectionate.

Jacqueline Whitmore

· 4 min read

Ask the Etiquette Expert: 8 Rules for Texting at Work

An employee vexed by a co-worker's texting needs to politely speak up or back off.

Jacqueline Whitmore

· 5 min read

A Dozen Ways You Don't Realize You Are Making a Bad Impression at Work

First impressions are important but so is the impression are making day after day with your team.

Jacqueline Whitmore

· 5 min read

8 Stupid Office Rules That Drive Everyone Crazy

When companies create ridiculous and demoralizing rules to halt the outlandish behavior of a few individuals, it's a management problem.

Travis Bradberry

· 6 min read

5 Ways to Work With People Who Annoy You

Good manners, deep breaths and boundaries solve most problems happily enough.

Jacqueline Whitmore

· 4 min read

The Benefits of Crying at Work

Tears often accompany an earnest show of emotion. It feels risky but is really very healthy.

Jacqueline Whitmore

· 5 min read

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.

Jacqueline Whitmore

· 4 min read