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    Dealing With People You Can't Stand


    Surviving in the Jungle of Office Politics


    The Privacy Rights Handbook: How to Take Control of Your Personal Information

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    Most worries at work that we can actually do something about are caused by people. We've assembled over 1,200 links to articles and resources to help you address these problems. Since our site's content and services are completely free, please help us grow by telling others about us and participating in our community.  We suggest that you review the material below in view of any people problems at work.

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    Here is a sampling of the material available on the site:

    Facts About Age Discrimination

    General information from The U.S.Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

    Email Link  |  Vault  |  Comments  |  Read: eeoc.gov


    Survive A Career Scare With A Careful Approach

    "There comes a time, unfortunately, in many of our careers when we find that our current employment situation has become untenable. It's time to leave before we get pushed. It isn't unusual for professionals to be in denial when their job seems likely to end, but you can't afford to get caught with your head in the sand. You need to recognize when your job is in jeopardy and know what to do to get it back on track or leave gracefully ahead of an involuntary departure." The Book noted at the bottom, "Enlightened Office Politics: Understanding, Coping With, and Winning the Game -- Without Losing Your Soul," is available from the Books area of our site.

    Email Link  |  Vault  |  Comments  |  Read: careerjournal.com


    Problem Employees? Quality Employees

    "How can we turn "problem employees" into "quality employees"? It's not that difficult, we just have to know how!"

    Email Link  |  Vault  |  Comments  |  Read: themdg.com


    How Do You Ask For A Raise?

    "I haven’t had a raise in over two years. How can I convince my boss to give me the extra cash I deserve?"

    Email Link  |  Vault  |  Comments  |  Read: workopolis.com


    Discussion Forum

    This Discussion Forum is provided for visitors to raise problems and issues that they are facing and to provide comments and advice on topics raised by others. Click on one of the topics below to go directly to it.

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    Topic Poster Date Replies
    Co_ worker does not like me nosun4u 7/18/2011 2:29:54 AM 1
    How to deal with lazy and irresponsible people at office Cookie Monster 6/9/2011 3:42:56 PM 1
    BeicyGype BeicyGype 1/10/2011 8:40:19 AM 2
    Immature co-workers / Boss ignores workerbee 6/13/2010 2:53:32 PM 1
    Office Politics/Job Appointment Problem! SleepyJess 5/10/2010 11:08:53 AM 0


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