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Each week Blogging4Jobs brings you the Top Workplace Blogs of the Week. These blogs come from all across the internet and highlight important topics being discussed in the space. We serve as your weekly recap of top blogs that we’ve read throughout the week. If we’ve missed any, let us know.
TOP BLOGS OF THE WEEK
Take Your Parent to Work Day: There’s been a lot of talk as of late about those darn millennials with their over-involved helicopter parents hovering around their work prospects. The conservation continues with some new perspectives. Read More.
Crying e-Wolf — A Lesson in Email Etiquette: All right, it is time for all of those email alarmists to take a chill pill and learn how to make themselves heard without the addition of red exclamation marks and little flags. Read More.
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This Thanksgiving, U.S. Employees Are Most Thankful For…: With turkeys about to be thawing in fridges everywhere many of us are experience thankful thoughts. According to this study though, what you’re most thankful for at work can be dependent on your generation. Read More.
Big Bonuses—Good For Driving Everyday Performance?: We all know money talks. It’s the profession that determines whether it’s a whisper or a yell. Read and find out where you’ll get the biggest bang for your buck by giving a bonus. Read More.
Program Kids-Hiring For Your Culture: We all want the best and the brightest talent, but are we willing to sacrifice long-term hires for the short-term benefits of high talent? This coach from University of Kentucky is doing just that. Read More.
TOP BLOGGING4JOBS BLOG OF THE WEEK
5 Sneaky Ways to Defeat Your Time Management Frenemy: We aren’t all brain scientists here at blogging4jobs, but on occasion we do use some brain science to help improve our work behaviors. Sara Gallagher explains how we can stop being our own worst enemy and use our brain power to its fullest. Read More.