Never heard of creating a “master résumé”? Right this way.
If you’re a strong employee, a good manager will at least give the request real consideration.
Even if you do get more money, this strategy might ultimately not work out in your favor.
Career counselors and well-meaning parents often recommend this strategy because it feels proactive.
Every office seems to have an excessive chatter.
According to Ask a Manager's Alison Green, it's not cool to talk about your "perfect bush" in the office, or grill a co-worker about her recent divorce.
"Since day one, Jane has constantly complained about our workplace, mostly to our other co-workers while the supervisors are off duty."
How to navigate the tension between personal safety and what workplaces are asking of us.