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  • A pro-gratitude attitude

    A pro-gratitude attitude
    Gratitude may be the most underused feeling in the American workplace. We spend ample time feeling stressed and angry and frustrated. We spend some time feeling happy, usually when there are doughnuts in the break room. But grateful? Not so much....
  • Dream big, work hard

     Dream big, work hard
    I hate it when someone who isn't me dispenses good career advice. Sadly, it happens from time to time, and it has happened in a big way with the publication of a new book by Josh Shipp. The book is called "Jump Ship." At first blush, it's just the...
  • Some no-duh office party advice

    Some no-duh office party advice
    It's the holiday season and, as a dues-paying member of the Guild of Workplace Advice Dispensaries, I am legally required to weigh in on the greatest threat facing American workers: the holiday office party. I've received an onslaught of emails lately...
  • A sincere message for the jobless among us

    A sincere message for the jobless among us
    It appears that on Dec. 28, barring unexpected political action that would amount to a true Christmas miracle, 1.3 million jobless Americans will stop receiving unemployment benefits. This is to those people: I'm sorry this is happening. I'm sorry...
  • There's nothing to F.E.A.R.

     There's nothing to F.E.A.R.
    It dawned on me recently that I've never provided my treasured readers with a concise dose of workplace advice that can be clipped out, laminated and hung on a cubicle wall. For a workplace advice columnist (America's most beloved), this is a gross...
  • Lessons in leadership from Pope Francis

    Lessons in leadership from Pope Francis
    America has an ample number of leaders, in the workplace and in politics. But unfortunately, what many of these leaders are actually doing is "leadIng." You'll note the capital "I." That's not a typo. We have politicians who don't so much govern as...
  • 10 forbidden work behaviors for managers

    10 forbidden work behaviors for managers
    Communist Party leaders in a county in southwestern China recently received an interesting list of "10 Forbidden Behaviors." I first read about this in The Washington Post, but several news reports have detailed the new rules for Pengshan County...
  • I, robot employee

    I, robot employee
    When I envision the idealized workplace of the future, there are three things I see: 1) I'm not wearing pants. 2) I'm not physically in the workplace. 3) I'm on my couch. Sadly, our modern-day work culture continues to discriminate against pants-...
  • Looking ahead to wearable tech in the workplace

    Looking ahead to wearable tech in the workplace
    The past four columns have been more serious than consumers of my worldly workplace wisdom have come to expect. Perhaps it's a sign of maturity, or maybe an indication that I've begun viewing the working world with greater reverence. Whatever the...
  • The argument against raising minimum wage

    The argument against raising minimum wage
    Remember, folks, last week's column focused on those who favor raising the federal minimum wage. This column looks at those opposed. Don't accuse me of being one-sided — I'm just keeping the two sides separated, so they don't get in a fight. If...
  • The argument for increasing minimum wage

     The argument for increasing minimum wage
    Hi everybody, America's most-beloved workplace advice columnist here. As promised last week, this column will focus on the argument in favor of raising the federal minimum wage. Next week's column will focus on the opposing argument. So please don't...