Do You Have Friends at Work?

by Grace Judson Having a good—or even best—friend at work is a significant indicator of happiness on the job, according to the global performance-management firm Gallup. However, it can also be a challenge. In an interview I recently gave on the podcast “How Can I Say This,” we talked about a question submitted by a…

You Can Be a Browser Ninja

by Jim Spellos Your most important tech productivity tool in the office may be the one you spend most of your time in already. Not Word or Excel. Certainly not your email client either (email and productivity aren’t known to go hand in hand). It’s your web browser. You may not think about it as…

Customizing Food Preferences

by Mark Beattie, PhD Administrative professionals are called upon to plan or coordinate a wide variety of meetings. Food selection can make or break any event. Food preferences range stem from diverse needs of the participants and should be considered well in advance. Dietary requirements, food allergies and religious restrictions like Kosher meals are just…