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February 28, 2014

Employee Appreciation Day 2014

Employee Appreciation Day will be upon us March 7th, meaning several organizations are planning companywide celebrations to thank employees for everything they do. Although no official origin story exists, Employee Appreciation Day was most likely created to balance out Boss’s Day, which was established in 1958. As Boss’s Day increased in popularity over time, more […]

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February 12, 2014

Job Seeker in Search of Love

Valentine’s Day most symbolizes, among many sentiments, love. We express our love to those we appreciate throughout the year. Someone we can’t wait to get home to every evening, or excited to gush over when asked. In many ways, an ideal match. For employees or even job seekers, those same feelings we want in a […]

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February 6, 2014

What Sochi Can Teach Us About Overcoming Workplace Challenges

Despite being the most expensive Olympics in history, several buildings and arenas hosting this year’s Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia are structurally incomplete less than 72 hours before the Opening Ceremonies. This Washington Post article chronicles the equal parts amusing and gross follies many journalists are encountering with their accommodations (I now invite you to […]

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February 6, 2014

Facebook Turns 10

Facebook, the social-media juggernaut that has practically become a part of everyday life, is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year to much fanfare. They have rolled out some special features for the occasion, such as a timeline of the company’s milestones, a new mobile app, and a tool that allows users to share a personalized […]

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February 6, 2014

Buffer’s Culture of Recognition

A culture of recognition and respect in the workplace:  how do you get one of those anyway? We’ve all heard the clarion calls about how important having a winning work culture is, but most of the time it’s easier said than done, especially if an organization is large and spread out or entrenched in a […]

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