15 percent of employees who participated said that “no amount of money” would convince them to go back to working five days a week by Annabelle Timsit If the idea of working four days a week for the same pay sounds like music to your ears, the results of a pilot program from the UnitedContinue reading “A four-day workweek pilot was so successful most firms say they won’t go back”
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Mental Health Mondays: 6 Basic Rules to Follow if You Want to Avoid Being the Co-worker Everyone Dislikes.
Ugh, you know who I always feel bad for in any office? That co-worker who can make a room go silent just by walking in. OK, that’s an exaggeration. But you know the person I’m talking about: the awkward colleague no one wants to spend any more time around than necessary. What’s worse, he or she neverContinue reading “Mental Health Mondays: 6 Basic Rules to Follow if You Want to Avoid Being the Co-worker Everyone Dislikes.”
What do you say when asking for a raise? One expert guides you through the conversation.
by Anna Kaufman Asking for a raise can be tough. Even tougher now that the US economy is struggling to rebound after a years-long pandemic and the war in Ukraine which has disrupted the price of everything from grain to fuel. As the job market cools, some employees are asking: Can I still ask for a raise when given more responsibility? How about asking forContinue reading “What do you say when asking for a raise? One expert guides you through the conversation.”
Book Review Tuesdays: Unlocked: How Empowered Women Empower Women by Jane Finette.
Unlocked: How Empowered Women Empower Women by Jane Finette My rating: 3 of 5 stars This one was a book that I read for work. We have a few book clubs at the office. I felt like this book does a lot of repeating of the other books that are in the same genre/category. ThereContinue reading “Book Review Tuesdays: Unlocked: How Empowered Women Empower Women by Jane Finette.”