Almost every workplace uses the so-called anonymous survey to query employees. Sometimes, if the company is having a bad month for whatever reason, managers will ask employees to honestly answer some questions in an attempt to get to the bottom of what's wrong. Is it a good idea to answer honestly? Can you be fired?
Most people have fixed routines at work. Unfortunately, those habits, which some might refer to as "quirks," might very well bug your co-workers.The staffing firm Accountemps conducted a survey of the biggest irritants at work (that don't include the boss or the job itself) and found that 36 percent of respondents said what bothered them the most was an associate who either used a speake
If you're sitting around the office today thinking, There has to be a career path out there better than this, don't worry: you are not alone. Still, as you sit and ponder the possibilities of seeking a different career, there are people out there who actually hold the best jobs this wonderful country has to offer. But what are those jobs, exactly, and how much do they pay?
Most of us intuitively know that insulting your boss on Facebook is probably not the best idea, but what about other job-related opinions we have? More to the point, can you be fired for posting them?
A recent National Labor Relations Board hearing found that “overly broad” company policies regarding employees' social media activity is unlawful, but not protected by federal labor laws.
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