10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1… Happy New Year!!! Like many, when that beautiful crystal ball drops in Times Square at midnight on New Year’s Eve, you may find yourself pondering over one simple question… What is my resolution this year???...
Of course, there are the New… Read More »
We have officially entered the 12th month of 2012. There are many holidays and celebrations during this 12th month and some involve a fun filled party being thrown in their honor. However, there is one fun filled party that you may need to brush up on your “etiquette” for….no, it… Read More »
As we enter into the month of November, employers and employees alike begin the yearly discussion of the “Holiday Work Schedule”. Conversations start to arise in the break rooms between co-workers, “Are we closing early the day before Thanksgiving?”, “I really hope we are closed Black Friday!”, “It would be… Read More »
Many of us, including myself, have used a word or phrase just because we heard someone else use it – half the time without fully knowing what it means. Remember that feeling you got when you heard someone use a word or phrase out of context? Now, imagine giving a… Read More »
Okay, so summer is here and while this means increased demand for some companies it also means a slow down for others. No matter what the situation is in your company, you can bet your last dollar that your boss will expect you to be as productive as possible. So… Read More »
Do you or someone you know have trouble focusing on one thing at a time? Often feel impatient, frustrated, or irritable at work? Then this post is for you!
We can all agree that rising demand from customers, and the advent of 24/7 services, both of which are fueled by advancements… Read More »
A recent article from Inc.com provides us with an interesting take on the troubles facing employers and companies today. In the article Wharton professor Peter Capelli, author of the new book Why Good People Can’t Get Jobs: The Skills Gap and What Companies Can Do About It, argues that companies… Read More »
Administrative Professionals Day will mark its 60th anniversary on Wednesday, April 25. Held annually usually during the last full week of April, the observance acknowledges secretaries and administrative assistants/support all over theUnited States.
The day was originally organized in 1952 as “National Secretaries Week” by the National Secretaries Association (now… Read More »
I don’t know about your office, but it seems like a lot of people are getting sick. I am sure I am not the only person who dreads the inconvenience of getting sick. So for this article, I decided to put my worry to good use and do a little… Read More »
Kicking off with the Super Bowl, February and March are great months for sports fans. It is exciting to watch the Super Bowl and March Madness, but also exciting because it is the one time a year for sports office pools. In a recent survey by Vault.com I was surprised… Read More »