Every office seems to have an excessive chatter.
"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.
You're going to have to be patient with colleagues who are WFH with young children during this pandemic.
It’s not reasonable to expect people to be on call 24/7 simply because they are stuck at home.
It's actually not that complicated—even if you're unsure who should pay, or how to say thanks without sucking up.
When you start a new job, the expectations for working hours, lunch breaks, after-hour emails, or taking vacations might not be obvious.
If you’re dealing with a decent employer, you don't need to 'prove' you're sick enough—and that goes for mental health, too.