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Are Workplace Politics Destroying Your Business? Here's How to Fix It
By Skye Schooley | April 07, 2021

Learn how to properly identify and overcome office politics in your workplace.

Self-Assessment: 5 Tips for Writing Your Performance Evaluation
By Adam Uzialko | March 19, 2021

Need help writing your own self-assessment for a performance evaluation?

When Background Checks Go Bad: How to Fix Misinformation in Your Report
By Sammi Caramela | March 04, 2021

Misinformation in a background check can impact your chances of landing a job. Here are the steps you can take to ensure everything found in yours is accurate.

Buying Cubicles: How to Choose the Right Ones
By Chad Brooks | March 04, 2021

While some companies are transitioning back to a more open office floor plan, the cubicle remains a popular option for many businesses.

How to Write a Job Resignation Letter
By Skye Schooley | February 22, 2021

Learn how to write a job resignation letter that is professional, clear and concise.

Dome vs. Bullet vs. Turret Cameras: Which Is Best?
By Nicole Fallon | February 18, 2021

Dome cameras, bullet cameras, and turret cameras are all good video surveillance options, but it's important to choose the right one for your needs.

How to Become a Day Trader
By Bennett Conlin | January 29, 2021

Becoming a consistently successful day trader can take years, but it's possible.

What Are the Requirements of Maternity Leave?
By Kiely Kuligowski | January 27, 2021

Maternity leave is an important policy for attracting and retaining talent. Here's how to create your own policy.

Workplace Conflicts? 5 Tips to Improve Communication
By Kiely Kuligowski | January 20, 2021

Use these five communication strategies to effectively resolve workplace conflict.

How to Become an IT Project Manager
By Business News Daily Editor | December 22, 2020

Project management can be an exciting and dynamic career. Successful project managers need a unique combination of both soft and technical skills. Learn more about how you can join the ranks of...

30 Inexpensive Secret Santa Gift Ideas for Co-Workers
By Kiely Kuligowski | December 09, 2020

Shopping for co-workers isn't easy. Our guide will help you find gifts they'll like.

20 Gift Exchange Ideas for Your Office Holiday Party
By Sammi Caramela | December 07, 2020

Gift exchanges are a great way to engage with your co-workers and have a little holiday fun.

20 Gifts Your Employees Will Love
By Kiely Kuligowski | December 04, 2020

Show your appreciation for your employees' hard work with these thoughtful gifts.

15 Gifts to Say 'Thank You' to Your Professional Contacts
By Kiely Kuligowski | December 02, 2020

It's important to thank your clients and partners for their support and assistance. These 10 gifts can help you show your gratitude.

20 Fun and Affordable Gifts for Your Boss
By Kiely Kuligowski | November 23, 2020

Finding a gift for your boss can be tough—use this guide to help you find the perfect present for any type of boss.

Does My Company Own My Intellectual Property?
By Adam Uzialko | November 10, 2020

If you create something at work, does your company own it? What if you create it using company equipment? Here's what you need to know about your workplace and intellectual property rights.

The Personality Traits That Will Get You Hired
By Katharine Paljug | October 26, 2020

Your experience and skills aren't the only things that matter to hiring managers. They're looking for the right personality traits too.

How to Resolve the Office Temperature Debate
By Kiely Kuligowski | June 24, 2020

A common office spat revolves around the ideal setting for the office thermostat. Here's how to resolve the office temperature debate before it becomes a problem for your team.

Workplace Harassment: How to Recognize and Report It
By Skye Schooley | June 15, 2020

Workplace harassment takes many forms. Here's how to identify some of the most common forms of harassment, as well as what you should do when you see it happening.

5 Workplace Confidence Killers and How to Beat Them
By Max Freedman | June 09, 2020

Maintaining confidence is key to succeeding in your career. Here's how to stay confident and accomplish your goals.

Paw-some or Cat-astrophic? Pros and Cons of Office Pets
By Sammi Caramela | June 04, 2020

Office pets are a popular perk, but they come with challenges. These are the pros and cons of office pets.

8 Tech Security Tips for Creating a Safe Home Office
By Sammi Caramela | June 02, 2020

ecurity is imperative in the digital age of business. Data breaches cost businesses time, money and their reputation. These security tips can make your home office safe.

The End of a Controversial Era: Is the Open Office Dying?
By Business News Daily | June 01, 2020

The open office is battling backlash for causing inefficiencies and distractions. But does this mean it's the end?

The Worst (and Best) Jobs for Your Health
By Business News Daily Editor | June 01, 2020

Police officers and firefighters are at the greatest risk for heart disease.

Soft Skills Every Tech Professional Should Have
By Business News Daily Editor | June 01, 2020

For technology and IT workers, these soft career skills are just as important as technical knowledge.

Employees Reveal How Stress Affects Their Jobs
By Business News Daily Editor | May 31, 2020

Do you see signs of workplace stress at your company?

Pipe Dream? Most Teens Don't Have Realistic View of Their Future
By Business News Daily Editor | May 31, 2020

Only a small percentage of teens plan to go into the 25 most common jobs in the U.S., with an even smaller percentage wanting to go into the jobs that are projected to grow the most in the coming year

What After-Hours Emails Really Do to Your Employees
By Business News Daily Editor | May 29, 2020

Employers weaken their employees' work-life balance and job performance when they create expectations that work emails should be monitored and responded to during non-work hours.

5 Work-From-Home Issues Your Telecommuting Policy Should Address
By Matt D'Angelo | May 29, 2020

How can you take advantage of the benefits while ensuring your team stays productive? You need to develop a telecommuting policy.