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    Welcome and Overview

    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:

    Should You Return To A Former Employer?

    "Before you give in to those feelings of warmth and heroism, remember that this is a company you managed to tear yourself away from once already. Think about the job from a career-growth point of view. Ask yourself whether you're being drawn to it because it seems new and exciting, or lured back because it's easy and familiar."

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


    Sexual harassment 'rarely one-off'

    "WORKPLACE sexual harassment is rarely a one-off incident, with serial offenders often persisting until somebody blows the whistle, a new book has found."

    Email Link  |  Vault  |  Comments  |  Read: theaustralian.news.com.au


    Help Your Boss, Help Yourself

    "If your boss doesn't treat you well, you simply put in a few more hours cranking out work better and faster than anyone else. This makes sense and is how things ought to be. Unfortunately, people only behave this way in fantasyland. At all too many companies, working harder and doing more only gets you treated worse than ever and, possibly, fired. That's because many bosses aren't interested in having you work better."

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


    Why People Sue the Boss

    "Feelings – not money – drive an employee to the lawyer's office and into the court system. The vast majority of normal people file charges because they don't feel valued, respected and listened to." This Resource sets out nine reasons for bosses to consider.

    Email Link  |  Vault  |  Comments  |  Read: workrelationships.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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