Productivity

In this week's edition of Well,This Happened, the series that lets you become a career coach, we addressed James' tough situation.

James was caught off guard during a department heads meeting when he was asked to present. He wasn't prepared but did so anyway and bombed the presentation because of this. James is now wondering what he should do to address this situation.

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Whether we like it or not, politics are part of everyday life. But they don't have to be part of work life.

In fact, to keep your work life bearable, discussions about politics should be kept to a minimum or outright avoided.

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In this week's edition of Well,This Happened, the series that lets you become a career coach, we addressed Tara's extremely uncomfortable situation.

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Minimum wage is currently a hot topic everywhere.

Nationally, there's ongoing debate about raising the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2025, while at the state level many local governments are wrestling with their own minimum wage increase proposals as they keep an eye on things on the federal level. While allowing people the opportunity to earn more money seems like a good idea on the surface, some say it's not that simple.

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Working from home, like everything else, has it pros and cons. Right now, research is proving that the pros of working from home greatly outweigh the cons -- and it comes down to one word: productivity.

You know about the recent remote working trends, but do you know how to be productive while working remotely?

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You've worked hard and paid your dues to finally earn an executive position. Hard work does pay off!

Just one minor drawback: Your new position may be bad for your health.

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Starting a family is a huge milestone in a person's life. It should be an exciting time -- after all, a new life is being brought into the world!

However, people in the workforce may feel the pressure when it comes to balancing their new families and their careers.

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