A new decade is upon us! As we reflect on the past and look forward to embracing the new, there are some workplace quirks that are just better off being left in the dust. I've coupled a list of some of the worst offending topics for review
While you may often see him joking around on LinkedIn, Adam Karpiak is an example of someone who is also using the platform for the power of good. Recently I had the chance to catch up with Adam on his most popular initiative, the 3rd Annual LinkedIn Holiday Toy Drive
There's nothing wrong with being an optimist, but we also need to be clear, honest and direct when communicating with others.
To commemorate my ascent into the next decade, I asked my friends and colleagues to share their best life/career advice--here's what they had to say
Listen—I really don't care if you hug one another in the workplace; there are even some benefits to physical touch in a work environment. What I do have an issue with is when that type of intimacy becomes forced or even potentially non-consensual.
Despite it being right at the top of the job description, as Human Resources professionals we sometimes forget to allow ourselves to actually be human. We hold ourselves to a higher standard since we need to set an example for our employees, often internalizing our emotions in the process.
Ninja. Guru. Jedi. The list goes on. Any single one of these words can be enough to make a job seeker recoil when skimming through the Want Ads