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Science Has Confirmed That Honesty Really Is the Best Policy in the Workplace

From:   By: Jon Levy Via: RT @Entrepreneur: Science Has
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10 Communication Habits That Ruin Relationships

Few people admit to bad communication habits—much less habits that can cost them a job or a contract. Yet, we all see some of the following habits in people we interact with in the workplace on a daily basis. A...
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Shedding Light On Workplace Abuse

For decades, an executive at a movie production studio engaged in predatory behaviors against women who worked for and with him. When allegations came to light it was revealed that dozens of women were his victims. Worse, the organization he...
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Reach maximum workplace productivity with these office hacks

Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. According to a survey by Microsoft, people worldwide
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Give ‘Thank You’ and ‘I Know’ a Rest

I did a piece a while back on how “thank you” can wear out its welcome in the workplace, and come off as insincere if overused. The law of diminishing returns says that the longer you rely on something for results, the...
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‘Positive Neutrality’ As a Method for Resolving Workplace Conflict

The average working American spends between 39.7 and 42.8 hours per week at work. Some Americans log even more time in their workplace. This amounts to more than half as many hours that we spend with colleagues as with our...
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Design a Culture Around People to Improve Engagement

There’s a substantial body of research showing organizations with highly engaged employees have 37% less absenteeism, 21% higher productivity and have 19% more income than companies with mostly disengaged employees. But what determines an