Values & Beliefs

This week on Well This Happened, we discussed Taylor's awkward workplace dilemma.

Taylor recently started a job at a retail store that's solely commission-based. He's really liking it, and learning a lot about sales.

However, his excitement for the job started to decline when the store manager started stealing clients from him and other team members.

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At Work It Daily, we love hearing when our members get the big job.

We like to call our members the "WID Warriors" because of their strength, determination, and commitment to career success.

We get hundreds of success stories from our warriors every year. Today, we're highlighting one of those warriors who recently got her dream gig.

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The traditional work day is changing. Is telecommuting just a trend? Or is it a movement? It's hard to tell at this point.

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Work culture and pop culture come together often in television shows. One character people either love or hate: the boss. They stick out to you for a reason, especially if they're a good boss.

So, we want to highlight the bosses that set a good example. These are 5 TV bosses we'd work for in an instant.

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There's no doubt that TV characters stand out for a number of reasons -- especially if they're a TERRIBLE boss. These characters often make you think about this question: If they were your boss, would you show up to work everyday?

There are bad TV bosses, and then there are the WORST TV bosses. Here's who made our worst list and why.

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You may be willing to sacrifice your job for the right reason. But would that reason be getting enough sleep?

There are numerous studies on how sleep deprivation impacts work performance. In a 2008 poll conducted by the National Sleep Foundation, 29% of working adult Americans surveyed said they fell asleep, or became very sleepy while working over a month's time.

So if you're tired at work, are you really putting your best foot forward?

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