I try to live a healthy lifestyle and I want to take my lunch breaks without other team members judging me. What’s the best way to take my lunch breaks and not be looked down upon by my colleagues?
I just found out I’m pregnant, and I’ll need to start telling my colleagues and boss within the next six-to-eight-weeks. I’ve never been in this situation before. How do I talk to my boss?
A co-worker was laid off, and I’ve been tasked with all of her duties. I used to get all of my work done—staying late one, maybe two nights a week. Now I’m staying late every night.
Lately, I’ve been thinking about leaving my job to stay home with my son. One of my closest colleagues is having her last day in the office because she’s leaving to stay at home with her daughter.
I’m looking to switch to a new industry, but it requires a different skill set. I’m in sales, and I want to start writing because it’s something I love. Do I need to go back to school first?
Q: How do you approach executives without looking insubordinate to your immediate manager? My boss takes credit for work other people on the team do, or doesn’t pass along our ideas.
I work for a large consumer brand and six months ago, I was moved to a new department as part of a reorganization. I feel lucky to have a job, as a few people I know lost theirs, but I’m not happy.
My boss is one of the biggest gossips in the office. When we meet, he tries to bring me into it, telling me what the newest gossip is, what his theories are on other people in the office, etc.
I’m only 23 and was recently promoted into a leadership position. I feel really lucky to be where I am. In this new position, I’m also in charge of a few people who are twice my age
Lately, I’ve had a colleague jump in and respond to emails from other colleagues, even though they’re addressed to me and he’s been cc’d on them as a courtesy. It’s starting to get on my nerves.