1990s in review
- Holidays wreak havoc among colleagues. Silvera, Ian // Marketing Week (Online Edition);8/9/2013, p9
The article reports on a poll conducted by OfficeBroker.com on British employees which revealed that one of 20 respondents, or 5%, deliberately scheduled their days off to spite a co-worker, with others keeping quiet about their holiday plans and others lying about their plans to bluff colleagues.
- Getting colleagues up to speed helps your company and yourself. Culp, Mildred L. // Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);12/23/2013, Vol. 30 Issue 51, pP14
The article discusses tactics to make newbie employees immediately productive including bringing the co-worker along while doing one's tasks, listening to personal problems that may be obstructive, and expressing appreciation for the new colleague.
- How to handle overly chatty co-workers. // Administrative Professional Today;Oct2014, Vol. 40 Issue 10, p8
The article presents suggestions for administrative professionals to handle talkative employees.
- MY OFFICE PROBLEM. // Office Professional;Jul2012, Vol. 32 Issue 7, p9
In this article, a reader presents suggestion regarding the personal issue which was published in the previous issue regarding the problems faced by an employee because of her coworkers.
- If it weren't for people. Kline, Richard // Minnesota Fire Chief;Jan/Feb2014, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p32
The article offers the author's insights regarding the co-worker's impact on one person in a workforce. The author says that there are situation, where in dealing with the co-workers were the hardest part of the work. He states that all workers interact with many people in work environment, even...
- The Next Frontier for the Employer of Choice. PEARMAN, GEOFF // Human Resources Magazine;Dec2015/Jan2016, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p22
The article discusses the role of older workers in the workplace. It notes that mature aged workers are still staying on at work which requires the need for new ideas and approaches to creating sustainable talent pipelines, managing retention, and ensuring succession. It presents the need for...
- How to avoid or survive working for a jerk. Kennedy, Joyce Lain // San Diego Business Journal;03/23/98, Vol. 19 Issue 12, p41
Gives advice to long-service employees. Importance of the communication and relationship between the employee and his next boss; List of pertinent topics for questions to long-service employees.
- Capitalize on co-workers' bright ideas. // Administrative Professional Today;Jan2013, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p5
The article offers suggestions for professionals to take business ideas from co-workers and implement them after discussion.
- Take control of office politics: Craft a comeback. Conroy, Erin // Chicago Citizen - Hyde Park Edition;8/25/2010, Vol. 21 Issue 39, p4
The article presents advice to employees on what to consider before making a counter statement to snarky co-employees.