You graduated. What’s next? Well first you work, then you retire, then you die. That’s about it. Go read a few blogs while you’re at it.
Every month or so, we’ll be answering your questions about work, life and balance. Thank you to all who submitted questions, and for everyone else, be sure to email email@example.com to have yours answered in the next version. And don’t forget to subscribe to the weekly newsletter, where answers will be posted first. Check out last … Continue reading Work Retire Mailbag Vol. 4: Ending Calls, Squeaky Office Chairs and Work Life Balance
Consider this a PSA. I don’t know who you think you’re fooling, but yes, we can 100% tell that you and your little work friend are messaging each other during this Zoom meeting. How could we possibly know? How did we crack this impossible code without the help of professional detective services, you ask? Oh, … Continue reading Yes, We Can Tell That You’re Having a Separate Conversation in The Video Meeting
Fall has officially fallen. Football is in full swing, jackets are mandatory, and soup and flannel season are well underway. Best of all, you get to say things like ‘man I love when the weather gets so crisp like this’ and can finally let your body go and bury it under a sweater. We covered … Continue reading The Best Falls of All Time
Check out our full Dictionary for more corporate buzzwords defined in common man terms. Buzzword: Soup to Nuts 1. Definition (work): From the start to the end of a project Work Example: Boss: Jim, what’s going on with the McAllister account? You’ve been on that one from soup to nuts. Jim (has not done more than 3 hours of … Continue reading Corporate Buzzword Dictionary: Soup to Nuts