Work

The comedian said she's returning to work -- but not before this adorable Instagram moment.
The advice to "calm down" is not helpful. These tips actually work on your brain.
When a direct "no" is not an option, there are ways to tactfully turn down a coffee request, joining a planning committee or doing office housework.
Answer your colleague's well-intentioned, unwanted questions without being rude.
Your boss can read your DMs, and everyone can see how much you talk.
Toxic bosses, pay gaps, power-hungry co-workers and open-plan offices drove these resignations.
You need to weigh the short-term financial risks with the long-term career rewards, among other things.
Show respect for the interviewer's time by giving them a heads up and an apology.
Don't be fooled by "Everything is fine" and "Don't you agree?"
Here's how to make the ending of your email count. Sincerely.
My degree is hardly a topic of any conversation and certainly not a point of pride.
There's enduring truth about how to enjoy life and your job in this hilarious workplace comedy.
Wages are stagnant, but additional raises are still possible in the off-cycle, experts suggest.
Remember when a rocket scientist's obituary opened with her ability to make beef stroganoff?
Make your next meeting a little less painful with research-based tips from a new book.
The president has been watching a lot of TV and playing a lot of golf.
An air traffic controller and his pregnant wife will soon pay the price if President Donald Trump’s partial shutdown is not resolved soon.
Let Elmo on Fire be the reaction to all your "ahhh" moments at work.