Your colleague just announced their wife is pregnant, or your teammate is several weeks from going on maternity leave. What’s the protocol around throwing an office baby shower? We talked to several working parents and employees who’ve thrown one before to get the details.
Before you think about taking your office crush to the next level, heed this warning.
Make awkward silences and forced conversations things of the past.
When you’re starting a business, the advice you’ll get again and again is to find a mentor. But here’s what’s more important: finding the right mentor.
Fear the Meeting Hog, Mr. Late Arriver, and the Meeting Hijacker no more.
Working for a start-up can be a fun, smart, and even life-changing move—but it’s also going to be vastly different than any world you’ve been in before. Before you electronically sign on the dotted line, make sure you’ve memorized these 5 working-for-a-start-up mantras.
If you want to get the most out of that online class, follow these three essential tips, courtesy of a Coursera employee and expert.
Are you trading in your casual dress code for a suit? Transitioning from a start-up to a corporate environment isn’t easy, but this manager shares how she made the switch successfully—and gained a lot in the process, too.
Extroverts, Introverts, and Ambiverts: 3 Different Personality Types and 3 Different Ways to Job Search
Extroverts, introverts, and ambiverts shouldn’t be using the same job search tactics. Here are three pieces of the job search broken down by personality type.
While an MBA certainly isn’t a requirement for startup success, there are plenty of ways business school could boost your entrepreneurial dreams.
We’re bringing our famous Best of the Web newsletter out of our inboxes and onto the web—just for you.
Do you have flexible hours at your job but you don’t know how to use them? Here are 7 ways you can take advantage of that flexible schedule.
Pokemon Go isn’t just taking over the world, it’s taking over the workplace. Here’s why it’s a bad thing for productivity—and also why it’s a good thing!
It’s not going to be easy, but here’s how to make the transition smoother.
You’ve probably heard about the downsides of multitasking, but it actually costs us more than you imagine.
Sometimes, it’s your very best intentions that backfire. Whatever you do, don’t make these common job interview mistakes, because they’ll cost you.
Consultants often get a bad rap, but the truth is, they can be a good thing—for your company, and for your career. Before you start panicking (or hitting the job boards), consider these tips for getting the most out of the situation.
Persuasion expert Nancy Duarte is quite possibly the world’s leader on telling stories. She’s also a successful entrepreneur who runs a world-class organization. And today, she shares a bit about her experience on both fronts.
Check out how companies are supporting innovation from all levels in the office.
Here’s what you need to say and do when someone casually suggests that you “grab drinks.”