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At the congregation down the street, they’re doing things the way they’ve done them for the last few hundred years. Every week, people come, attracted by familiarity, by the family and friends around them, part of a tribe. 182 more words


Company culture

A group of people following certain practices at a particular place is called culture. If you understand this concept clearly you can build a desired culture in your company. 321 more words

Friday September 26 2014

I am trying not to make a big deal about he fact that our “golden week” holiday has been shortened to five days, and in order to even get those we’ve had to give up two of our usual days off. 285 more words


Bored or Stressed?

I was asked recently whether it is better to be bored or stressed at work?  Really?  Given a choice I’d certainly prefer not to be either but it certainly got me thinking. 720 more words

Career Management

Five Ways to Honor Your Work Spouse

I’ve never been married in the traditional sense, but I have been lucky enough to have a couple of wonderful “work wives”.

A work wife is defined as “A co-worker, usually of the opposite sex, with whom one shares a special relationship, having bonds similar to those of a marriage.” While that can sound a bit shady, especially if you have a husband or wife at home, it in fact is not. 442 more words

How Young Women Can Combat Subtle Sexism At Work

This piece originally appeared on Monster.com.

Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: A young woman in today’s workplace acts confident and assertive; her peers consider her aggressive and self-promoting. 1,042 more words


6 Things Project Managers Should Refrain From Doing

A couple of weeks ago we published a post from our distinguished Guest Contributor Sussane Madsen – “8 things project managers should do every week!” 651 more words