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Peter Post explains how to prepare for the inevitible requests for contributions made by colleagues at the office, how to decide who to give to, and how to say "no" politely.
Elaine Varelas offers advice on how to stay positive while job searching in the Holiday season.
Pattie shares advice on the expectation of "7 by 24" accessibility.
Peter Post explains how your brand is your image and is made up of the actions, appearance and words you use as you interact with others. He offers a simple exercise to find out if the brand you think you have is the brand others see in you.
Elaine Varelas offers advice on how to follow up after an interview multiple times.
Pattie explains the purposed of an at-will statement in an offer letter.
The problem with most biz info, says Paul Hellman, is that it's abstract. Here's how to spice it.
Kids don?t have the fine motor skills that adults have, so accidents can happen, but the cost of instruments are going down, so affordable versions are not revered treasures that need to be kept on a shelf.
Peter Post explains how to address correspondence to gay and lesbian couples as well as to heterosexual couples.
Elaine Varelas offers advice on how to approach a boss to change his hostile behavior.
What the state?s most vulnerable youth really need are more people willing to defend and care for them.
Pattie shares some advice on how to ask about an overdue performance review.
Peter Post addresses the problems that happen with office bathrooms and offers a list of dos and don'ts to make the bathroom more pleasant for everyone.
Elaine offers advice on how to discuss email overload with your manager and set expectations for response time.
"We take a headache-inducing process that has a lot of ?fat? involved and reduce it to 15 minutes, while increasing the quality of care."
Pattie provides a new supervisor with some tips on addressing a performance issue.
Plan your questioning strategy, says Paul Hellman. Resist the temptation to just wing it.
Peter Post unravels the rules of social networking: what to do and not do when online at work and why.
Elaine offers advice on how to deal with management change at a company.