Love My Job, Hate My Boss

By Liz Ryan. This story originally appeared on Forbes.   Dear Liz, I started my dream job a year ago. I work in merchandising for a popular online retailer. There are so many parts of my job I love -- including my co-workers, my suppliers and the creativity I get...

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7 Skills That Are Hard To Learn But Pay Off Forever

By Travis Bradberry. This story originally appeared on Forbes.   The act of learning is every bit as important as what you learn. Believing that you can improve yourself and do things in the future that are beyond your current possibilities is exciting and...

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What really makes us happy at work?

By Hannah Abbott. This story originally appeared on Virgin.   Most of us spend a serious chunk of our lives at work. In fact, research shows the average person spends around 45 hours a week in the office. Even when we clock off, lots of us still don’t switch off....

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Parents Rank Flexitime Benefits Ahead of Salary

By Stephen Miller This story originally appeared on SHRM.   Nearly 40 percent of parents have left a job because it lacked work flexibility. Work flexibility and work/life balance are the most important factors for parents of young children when considering a job...

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6 Reasons Employees Lack Morale and How Fix It

By Guest on Hppy This story originally appeared on Hppy.   Maintaining high employee morale is extremely important for long-term success in business. When employee morale is low, it affects productivity, performance, and employee retention. Recognising the causes...

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Five Body Language Mistakes You’re Making In Interviews

By Stephanie Vozza This story originally appeared on Fast Company.   You should smile, but not too much. You may have researched common interview questions and rehearsed answers, but could your body be undermining your confidence—and your chance at getting a job...

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Creating An Inspiring Work Environment

By Carol Evenson This story originally appeared on hppy.   As recently as a decade or two ago, the word “productivity” brought to mind images of rows of workers lined up like drones at their desks. Many people in business believed that anything that was not...

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Combat the Hazards of Dissatisfaction

By Edgar Wilson This story originally appeared on hppy.   More than anything, Millennials want engagement at work, but often have to settle for morale. In countless organisations, engagement is often conflated with morale–as if engagement is just another metric...

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6 HR Mistakes That Will Cost You Your Best Employees

By Adam Heitzman The story originally appeared on Inc.com.   In any office setting or work space, tiny societies tend to form, and within those societies relationships. Because we spend so much time at work on a weekly basis, the nature of the work environment...

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