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WOMEN'S WORK
You should not be under any obligation to buy a present for your boss.
Work/Life
If you want to avoid talking about work, be ready with new topics.
Impact
Workers were happy and productivity saw a 40% boost, according to results released by the company.
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These podcast episodes are like a career coach in your earbuds.
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Not every work deadline deserves a five-alarm treatment. Here's how to speak up.
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We're seeking stories about the "star employee" experience, from those anointed with the title to the co-workers watching it happen.
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This HBO hit teaches three depressingly real work lessons.
Entertainment
The comedian said she's returning to work -- but not before this adorable Instagram moment.
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The advice to "calm down" is not helpful. These tips actually work on your brain.
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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.
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Answer your colleague's well-intentioned, unwanted questions without being rude.
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Your boss can read your DMs, and everyone can see how much you talk.
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Toxic bosses, pay gaps, power-hungry co-workers and open-plan offices drove these resignations.
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You need to weigh the short-term financial risks with the long-term career rewards, among other things.
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Show respect for the interviewer's time by giving them a heads up and an apology.
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Don't be fooled by "Everything is fine" and "Don't you agree?"
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Here's how to make the ending of your email count. Sincerely.
HuffPost Personal
My degree is hardly a topic of any conversation and certainly not a point of pride.
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There's enduring truth about how to enjoy life and your job in this hilarious workplace comedy.