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Safety in the Office

According to statistics on www.complianceandsafety.com , 1.2 million working people suffer annually from a work related illness and 175 workers are killed on the job.  Here are some great safely tips offered by our friends at compliance and safety.   At your desk: Use good posture. Sit...

Office Cubicle Don’t Do’s

If you think of your office cubicle as your own personal space, you may want to think again. According to Heather Dugan at salary.com, you should think of your cubicle as more like a seat at the dinner table than a room at the house.   Cubicle...

Promote an Inviting Office Culture

Every office has a unique culture of its own. Your office culture will determine how clients and staff feel when they walk through the door. It takes effort to set a culture of excellence, competence and friendliness. Let’s take a look at some of the...

Easy Steps to Create A Healthy Workplace

There are many benefits to a healthy workplace. To name just a few: increased employee retention and productivity. If you are not quite sure how to take steps toward your company becoming a healthy workplace, you may want to consider these simple ideas shared by...

Perfect Plants for Your Cubicle

Want to liven up your office cubicle? Try adding a plant! Plants keep office air fresher and cleaner, make workers feel better and plenty of studies have shown that they actually increase workplace productivity.   Here are a few things to consider when selecting the perfect plant...

Be an Irreplaceable Employee

Are you an irreplaceable employee? If not, you need to dig in and figure out how to be so vital to the business that they cannot function without you. Here are some great tips from Laurence Shatkin, Ph.D, from his new book “150 Best Jobs...

Things You Should Never Say to Your Boss

“Think before you speak” is a great motto to live by! In the workplace saying the wrong thing to your boss can be damaging to your career. Megan Malugani and Charles Purdy over at Monster.com checked in with some managers and came up with this...

10 Great Networking Tips

      Do you find yourself hiding behind your computer instead of getting out for some good, old fashioned networking?  You’re not alone; most of us would rather hide behind our electronic devices.  According to Scott Manthorne, principal and co-founder of Athletes & Executives, “To make an...

Finding Satisfaction at Work

If work satisfaction sounds like an oxymoron to you, you may need to make some simple adjustments to boost your spirits and productivity on the job. Alicia Klepeis over at WAHM.com offers 6 simple tips to help you go from stressed out to satisfied on...

Handling Conflict in the Office

Sometimes it feels like conflict in the office is just part of the job!  It’s important to remember that workplace problems come in all sizes, and one size (in this case, the approach) doesn’t necessary  fit all.   Here are some great guidelines from  Portland Community College...