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This happens all the time, and you may not even realize it. Here's how to advocate for yourself.
Guess who's responsible for more of the daily grind?
It can seem like everyone is living by different rules about late-night and early-morning texting.
A group of bipartisan senators and representatives introduced legislation last week that would end subminimum wages for disabled people.
"I thought my student loan debt was a punishment for my failings, but in the end it was a master class in forgiveness."
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Pay attention: Experts say your career can go further when you're on the good side of mediators, socialites and more.
Safe to say that it's officially time to make your work space the perfect space.
Once you learn about "givers" and "takers," you'll never think about conversations the same way again.
It's not enough to just share a brilliant idea; you also need to consider timing and workplace politics to get others on board.
"Advocate for yourself" is career advice we all hear. But for Black professionals, it's complicated, a new survey finds.
If your mind is absorbed in your to-do list and email inbox after work hours, try one of these quick, expert-backed activities.
Between Jennette McCurdy's memoir and "The Rehearsal," it's past time to take a hard look at why acting remains the major exception to child labor bans.
Here's how to tell if you got unfairly singled out and what to do about it.
It's easy to lose focus at your desk. These simple habits can help you get back on track and tackle your to-do list.
The New Zealand prime minister said she no longer has "enough in the tank" to continue leading. Many of us can relate.
The AI chatbot can generate cover letters quickly. But recruiters say there's a wrong way to use it.
The sooner you have these conversations, the better it is for everyone. But make sure to watch your tone.
A new study found "gendered differences" in how working husbands and wives experience remote work and flexible schedules.