Maybe you’ve had a bad boss. But what about one that’s downright evil? Turns out that bosses are actually more likely to be psychopaths. Same goes for lawyers, surgeons and chefs. Find out the industries that are most likely to have a psycho at the helm.
Sure, we all make mistakes at work. We’re human. But some offenses are just too much. It doesn’t matter if you’re a new employee or a seasoned manager — these incredibly common office blunders are serious workplace no-nos.
In the workplace, your appearance and your self-confidence are directly related to your potential for landing promotions. The good news is that you can affect other people's perceptions of both of these things without changing who you are. Here's how.
Your workspace is the space where you spend much of your day, so most of us like to personalize our stations. However, some people take the concept of making themselves at home to the extreme. The strangest examples?
It turns out that using proper grammar can get you promoted faster and earn you higher positions at work. And some CEOs say that they won't hire people with poor grammar skills at all… even for jobs that don't involve writing.
Workers in the food and beverage service industry often make the majority of their wages from gratuities. Here are some server behaviours that can inspire bar and restaurant customers to leave more than the standard 15%.
People who are extroverts naturally have an easier time interacting with other people, conversing with strangers and promoting themselves. That would seem to give them a distinct career advantage. But is it actually the case?
Enjoy flipping through your favourite online fitness magazines during your lunch break? That could be a problem, depending on where you work. Here’s a new group of websites causing problems for employers.