If you have your sights set on a dream job or you’re considering a career switch, make sure you talk to a lot of people before you’re married to a particular path.
Open floor plans invite collaboration, but they also leave everyone with less privacy and more distractions. Here's how to cope if you prefer walls and doors.
A recent four-day workweek trial program at a small New Zealand company drew a disproportionately large amount of outside interest. This is why.
You know you're having a bad day when you lose $150 billion in two hours. That's what happened to Facebook. Maryland Smith professor David A. Kirsch explains what went wrong.
Ghosting is risky – and unnecessary. Instead, be upfront. It might be awkward, but life is full of awkward conversations. Here are some tips to follow.
It might seem like an offhand, even throwaway, question, coming as it often does at the end of a job interview. It’s the moment when the hiring team asks, “Do you have any questions for us?”
It’s the lazy days of summer. And in many offices, deadlines, projects and even hiring will be stalled by the vacation days of key stakeholders. Why look for a new job now?
It was a kind of corporate whiplash last week when Barnes & Noble announced that its CEO had been fired without severance. Here's what the ailing bookseller must do now.
Before you walk out of the office on vacation, there are some important tasks you must attend to, Maryland Smith professor Cynthia Kay Stevens says.
Finding more pleasure in your time off boils down to some simple steps, Maryland Smith professor Nicole M. Coomber says.