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Fortune: Flexible vacation policies are here to stayupdated: Tue Feb 01 2011 15:33:00

You're an adult. You know how to prioritize your time to do your job. So why should your company ration out vacation reluctantly and monitor when you spend it? Wouldn't it be nice to do away with vacation-day limits entirely, so you could leave work whenever you want for as long as you feel you need?

What to do if you're cursed out at workupdated: Mon Oct 18 2010 10:02:00

Being humiliated or cursed out can feel especially demeaning in a work environment. Unfortunately, human resources experts say that today's high stress work environments make these types of unprofessional altercations more likely.

Are your friends at work hurting your career?updated: Mon Aug 30 2010 10:01:00

Many studies over the past few years have shown that workplace friendships increase productivity, team morale and workers' overall job satisfaction; and since friends provide us with support, comic relief and a sense of belonging, it seems only natural that having friends at the office makes work more pleasant.

CNNMoney: Take this job and tolerate itupdated: Tue Mar 23 2010 10:30:00

One of the key signs of trouble for the current labor market can be summed up by two words that are rarely spoken today: I quit.

Not getting hired? 10 reasons whyupdated: Thu Feb 04 2010 11:18:00

You don't understand. You updated your résumé, you're applying to jobs every day, you've cleaned up your digital dirt and you network every day.

Career coaches: Worth the investment?updated: Wed Nov 11 2009 09:10:00

In the current state of our economy, more than 15 million people are unemployed. That's 15 million people who are all looking for a little help, whether it's in the job search, writing a résumé, interview advice, networking or even finding a new career path.

Office romance? Serious applicants onlyupdated: Thu Oct 08 2009 10:40:00

I'm not going to lie and say I have never hooked up with a coworker. I have. That said, I don't think it's a particularly good idea.

TV workplaces where we want to workupdated: Wed Sep 02 2009 09:33:00

After a long day's work, workers often look forward to a relaxing evening at home, enjoying their favorite TV shows to escape the chaos that they (hopefully) left at the office.

CNNMoney: Stuck in a crappy job - toughupdated: Wed Jul 08 2009 15:06:00

Unhappy at work? You're not alone.

Fortune: Dare you ask for a raise now?updated: Fri Jun 12 2009 11:00:00

Dear Annie: I know this probably sounds nutty, with so many companies cutting pay or freezing pay in order to avoid layoffs (or, further layoffs), but I'm thinking of asking for a raise. First of all, my employer has not cut or frozen anyone's pay -- at least not to my knowledge. However, we have had layoffs here, so I'm now doing the work three people used to do.

How toxic behavior leads to workplace sinsupdated: Wed May 06 2009 11:05:00

Have you ever found that the people most guilty of unruly behavior at work are also the ones who are most oblivious to their behavior?

How to leave work at the officeupdated: Mon Mar 30 2009 12:10:00

Feeling frazzled lately? You may need to look further than your new baby to find the culprit.

Signs your new job is lousyupdated: Mon Mar 09 2009 09:22:00

Few of us will ever win an Oscar. We will, however, receive a job offer at least once in our lives.

Would you decline a promotion?updated: Mon Dec 29 2008 09:06:00

The boss summons you to her office. On the long walk to her door, you wonder what you did wrong. Did you miss a deadline? Did you oversleep one too many times? Did they catch you stealing pens from the supply closet?

What do you want from your boss this holiday season?updated: Wed Dec 10 2008 08:01:00

During the homestretch leading up to the new year, bosses often become generous and kind -- traits no one knew they were capable of exhibiting.

Fortune: Ask Bing: When Stalin makes you work weekendsupdated: Thu Jul 31 2008 09:50:00

I am currently employed at a financial reporting company and my position requires working some Saturdays and even some holidays. We are given a Saturday schedule every quarter and especially during the summer I plan accordingly.

Office politics: How to play the gameupdated: Wed Jul 16 2008 13:22:00

Politics in the workplace can get vicious -- and we're not talking about the governmental kind.

How to say no to your bossupdated: Tue Jul 15 2008 10:02:00

Her boss always found a reason Kristen Baldwin Ballinger should come into the office on Fridays despite her work-at-home arrangement. But she always found a way to refuse -- without actually saying the word "no."

Do you have job burnout?updated: Thu Jun 05 2008 12:44:00

Do you think you never have or never will experience work burnout?

Six signs your new job is lousyupdated: Mon Feb 18 2008 10:11:00

You put your best foot forward during your job interview. You wear a pressed suit and arrive 20 minutes early. Once you've been working at a place for a while, though, you get a little more comfortable. Maybe you scrounge through the hamper to find a shirt that's not too wrinkled and you slide into your chair just as the clock strikes eight.

Eight sticky boss situationsupdated: Mon Jan 14 2008 09:29:00

If you're more excited that your boss is out sick with the flu than you are about your new raise, you're in good company.

What not to do when asking for a raiseupdated: Fri Dec 14 2007 13:23:00

You've been at your job for nine months. In that time, you've not only kicked butt in the office, you've rewarded yourself for your efforts. You bought yourself a sleek new apartment, went on a few vacations -- you've even hit up the local casino for a gamble or two (or five).

Pitfalls of telecommutingupdated: Tue Nov 13 2007 18:29:00

When we think about telecommuting, we often focus on the blissful freedoms that come with it. Freedom to set our own hours, raid the refrigerator ... even take early morning calls in our underwear.

What's the advantage to telecommuting? updated: Tue Nov 13 2007 18:28:00

Are skyrocketing gasoline prices cursing your commute? Wondering why you're driving to work only to spend your hard-earned dollars to get you there and back? Perhaps telecommuting is the answer.

Are you obsessed with your job? updated: Wed Sep 26 2007 09:11:00

It's 9 p.m., and you're still at the office.

Pay raises: How to wage a successful campaignupdated: Tue Sep 04 2007 00:06:00

Timing can be everything when asking for a raise.

Fortune: Ask Bing: My boss is hitting on meupdated: Wed Aug 29 2007 00:48:00

I work in a large corporation where my department is mostly males. I usually bring my lunch or have lunch with either women from other departments or men who are at the same corporate title level. Lately, my boss has been asking me to lunch whether for my birthday or for annual review. Each time, I decline for scheduling conflicts.

What you didn't learn in college updated: Tue Aug 07 2007 21:02:00

When I landed a job in a top public relations firm after my college graduation, I thought the toughest part of my entry into the business world was over.

Dealing with difficult co-workersupdated: Wed Jul 25 2007 08:55:00

Work can't get much worse than when it stinks -- literally. For Stephen Viscusi, work stinks everyday.

Mistakes that can kill your careerupdated: Wed Jul 18 2007 08:57:00

It takes anywhere from three to 15 months to find the right job -- yet just days or weeks to lose it.

Fortune: 20 Great Employers for New Gradsupdated: Tue May 22 2007 10:08:00

Fortune teamed up with Experience Inc. to find companies that offer impressive perks to new hires just out of college - ranging from generous salaries to workplace flexibility, from enviable benefits to serious growth opportunities.

Fortune: Ask Bing: When to look for a new jobupdated: Wed May 16 2007 20:18:00

Q: Hi Stanley. My dad's first name is the same as yours so I'd like to get some advice from you. My current job involves doing practically nothing with no real stress. The dept. is a startup in a large established company so there is no assurance of job security but it pays decent for the time being.

Money Magazine: Underpaid? How to find out nowupdated: Mon Mar 19 2007 10:12:00

Let's talk about something we're not supposed to talk about. No, it's not religion or politics. It's not even sex.

FSB: Employees From Hellupdated: Thu Mar 01 2007 00:01:00

HOW DO YOU KNOW THAT YOU'VE HIRED THE wrong employee—or waited too long to fire him? If you find two duffel bags full of semiautomatic weapons under his desk , that's a pretty good sign. No, that's...

Fortune: 10 toughest career dilemmas - solvedupdated: Wed Nov 29 2006 14:17:00

With advice on everything from how to get a raise, to where the tech jobs are now, to the best way to get a rude co-worker to shut up, here are excerpts from some of the top Ask Annie columns of the year. By Fortune's Anne Fisher

Money Magazine: Would a Home Office Pay Off?updated: Sun Oct 01 2006 00:01:00

NOT SO LONG AGO, ANYBODY WHO CLAIMED TO BE "working from home" was merely using the accepted code phrase for nursing a hangover and hiding under the covers until The Price Is Right came on. But the...

CNNMoney: How to get a raiseupdated: Wed Sep 27 2006 14:30:00

Median income for working age households fell a half percent last year, according to the Economic Policy Institute, which means getting a raise is about as hard as it's ever been.

Fortune: Are you stuck in middle management hell?updated: Tue Aug 15 2006 09:50:00

Jon Ciampi had always thought of himself as a rising star. A portfolio analyst for Wells Fargo in San Francisco, he had a solid job at a big company, pulled down an enviable salary, and scored top ...

Fortune: How Long Can I Wait to Tell the Boss I'm Pregnant?updated: Tue Aug 08 2006 15:24:00

Dear Annie: I've been in my job (a new vice president position in a newly-created department) for about 8 months, and I'm about to post a job opening that will be my first new hire. The trouble is that I am expecting, but I haven't told my boss yet.

Fortune: Help! I want more vacation this yearupdated: Mon Jun 12 2006 18:15:00

Dear Annie: I've just completed a promising round of interviews with a prospective employer, and I'm pretty sure I'll get an offer. This is great, as I am really excited about this job. There's just one problem: In my current job (after 10 years here), I get a month's vacation time per year, and I've heard my new company will only give me two weeks. I had planned a three-week trip with my family for this August and would hate to have to cut it short. Can I ask for more vacation time, or should I keep quiet? -Yosemite Sam

Your e-mails: The future of workupdated: Mon May 08 2006 17:14:00

Last week we asked for your thoughts on the future of work. This week we are publishing a selection of your e-mails, which forecast a range of changes, from an explosion in telecommuting to nearly fully automated fast food joints.

Business 2.0: The next job boomupdated: Wed May 03 2006 09:53:00

Of all the hard-luck turnaround stories from the downturn that still circulate through Silicon Valley, few sound as stressful as Borland Software's. Since 2000 the vendor of software development to...

CNNMoney: Save gas! Telecommute!updated: Fri Apr 28 2006 14:22:00

If you're tired of shlepping to work, now may be one of the best times to negotiate flextime with your employer. The high cost of gas and the devastation we've witnessed from natural disasters may have convinced more of us than ever that working from home has many advantages.

Is your dream job really out there?updated: Mon Feb 20 2006 11:48:00

What is your dream job? Lying on the beach in some tropical paradise while a generous paycheck is automatically deposited into your account? Well now, that's just pure fantasy. Having a dream job doesn't necessarily mean not working hard. But it may not be as elusive as you think.

Fortune: A happy new year for job seekersupdated: Wed Jan 11 2006 16:20:00

Friends, it's that time again, a fresh new year -- which means that just about every human-resources consulting firm, outplacement specialist, salary expert and career guru in sight has come out with brand-new predictions for the 12 months ahead. This time around, almost everybody's crystal ball is bright and sunny, predicting job growth and increased hiring. That means companies will try harder to retain their stars, which translates to fatter raises and more perks like telecommuting and flextime.

CNNMoney: Resolution 4: Jumpstart your careerupdated: Mon Dec 12 2005 10:39:00

Whether you want a raise, a promotion, a new job or simply more satisfaction in your work, one strategy fits all: Not only do you have to do your job well, but you have to get other people to notice it. The most efficient strategy for raising your profile? Look for one project to set you apart from the crowd, and make sure you excel at it.

CNNMoney: The maternity bill of rightsupdated: Thu Sep 08 2005 13:44:00

While pending motherhood itself can be a stressful time, working women have the added pressure of breaking the news to employers while trying to decipher just what benefits they are entitled to receive.

All work and no play for most managersupdated: Mon Aug 08 2005 08:05:00

Three out of four bosses make themselves available to their job at all hours of the day, and their personal relationships suffer as a result of their workaholic tendencies, according to a survey about managers' working hours.

A work-life balance for all?updated: Fri Jun 17 2005 06:02:00

Work-life balance is becoming increasingly important: 2020 will see a high premium placed on the ability to combine paid work with other activities and a workplace that runs on flexibility.

UK told to impose 48-hour weekupdated: Wed May 11 2005 05:33:00

The European Parliament has voted to scrap Britain's opt-out from the EU's 48-hour maximum working week, reopening a long-running battle with London.

CNNMoney: Getting paid what you deserveupdated: Mon May 02 2005 12:02:00

For some of us, negotiating is exciting and challenging. For others it's just awkward and obtrusive.

CNNMoney: Jump-starting your careerupdated: Mon Apr 25 2005 13:52:00

Have spring fever? With daffodils and tulips popping up, warmer weather and spring rain, you may have found yourself getting fresh with your workplace.

Money Magazine: 21 Ways to Jump Start Your Careerupdated: Fri Apr 01 2005 00:01:00

Tomorrow morning, take a good look around your desk at work. The files that haven't budged in years, the phone with the "1" almost worn off, the chair your body knows so well, the Sticky Notes. Is ...

CNNMoney: How to manage your managerupdated: Wed Mar 16 2005 12:05:00

It's only Wednesday and you can't wait for the weekend. The boss is driving you crazy. You don't know if you can make it through the day without an outburst. You feel lost in the corporate maze. Abandoned by your boss. Out of control of your career. Or maybe he's breathing down your neck so often you could scream.

CNNMoney: Rules for office romanceupdated: Mon Feb 14 2005 13:51:00

So you're spending this Valentine's Day at the office. Maybe you live for some great office romance gossip at the water cooler -- or you're the center of it.

Fortune: My Boss Is a Snake. What's the Best Way to Quit?updated: Tue Jan 04 2005 09:10:00

Here's how to walk out the door without burning your bridges -- and what to do if you get a counteroffer.

CNNMoney: Office romanceupdated: Wed Nov 03 2004 10:45:00

The holidays are just around the corner. That inevitably means that soon enough, your calendar will be clogged with work-related holiday parties. Who knows, maybe you'll find your soul mate at one of these work-related gatherings.

Money Magazine: How to Ask Your Boss for Moreupdated: Mon Nov 01 2004 00:01:00

In the 1991 Albert Brooks comedy Defending Your Life, Brooks' sad-sack character undertakes one of the most nerve-rattling and cringe-inducing tasks in the repertoire of the modern wage slave: aski...

Business 2.0: How to Land Your Dream Jobupdated: Mon Nov 01 2004 00:01:00

Wouldn't you really rather be doing something else for a living? Be honest. We might tell our bosses that we love our work. We'll even tell ourselves—sometimes we have to just to get psyched up for...

CNNMoney: How to ask your boss for moreupdated: Thu Oct 21 2004 16:26:00

This will be the fourth year running that salary raises average less than 4 percent, according to Hewitt Associates.

CNNMoney: Dealing with an abusive bossupdated: Fri Oct 15 2004 11:10:00

It's no secret that there are abusive bosses out there -- you know the type. Bullies with big job titles that make the people working for them miserable.

Job burnout: Symptoms and remediesupdated: Fri Jul 30 2004 08:13:00

Today's work culture of heavy workloads, longer days at the office, less time spent at home and fewer vacation days taken is causing rampant job burnout. In fact, 68 percent of workers report feeling burned out at the office, according to a recent CareerBuilder.com survey.

CNNMoney: Job-hoppers step up the searchupdated: Thu Jul 01 2004 16:55:00

NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - Jobs growth in June was a disappointment, all the more so because it came on the heels of three very strong months of jobs creation.

CNNMoney: Are you a workaholic?updated: Mon Mar 29 2004 11:47:00

Be honest. Did you work over the weekend? Finding it hard to relax and spend time with your family? Haven't taken a vacation in years?

CNNMoney: Love among the cubiclesupdated: Wed Feb 11 2004 11:28:00

Love is in the air as we approach Valentine's Day. And according to a recent survey from career services company Vault.com, several people are finding love in the next cubicle.

Fortune: The 100 Best Companies To Work Forupdated: Mon Jan 12 2004 00:01:00

Okay, so it's been a rough couple of years for jobs. But lots of companies still want to be good places to work--and 59 of the companies on our seventh annual list actually added to their payrolls ...

Money Magazine: Earn Can you hope to earn more during one of the worst job markets in decades? Yes--if you ask the right questionsupdated: Mon Dec 01 2003 00:01:00

The days of signing bonuses and stock options may be a distant memory, but that doesn't mean you're powerless to boost your earnings. Yes, it requires something of a mental leap to get past the dep...

Fortune: Am I Just Spinning My Wheels at a Firm That's 'In Turnaround'?updated: Mon Oct 13 2003 00:01:00

Dear Annie: I've spent the past 17 years at a FORTUNE 500 company that has been "in turnaround" (with no clear results yet) for most of a decade. As a fortysomething manager about to finish grad sc...

FSB: Fighting Words How a tiny drive-in restaurant in Arizona became the center of a bitter battle over English-only rules in the worupdated: Thu May 01 2003 00:01:00

At first Richard Kidman couldn't figure out why, after 23 years of running R.D.'s Drive-In, everything seemed to be falling apart.

Fortune: My Boss Won't Let Me Freelanceupdated: Mon Jun 24 2002 00:01:00

Dear Annie: What legal right does my boss have to order me around after hours? I'm the company Webmaster. I have one child in college and another lined up after him, so extra money is quite useful....

Fortune: Ask Annieupdated: Mon Apr 15 2002 00:01:00

Dear Annie: I work for a telecom company that has had several rounds of layoffs, and it seems to me that people who take advantage of flexible hours, telecommuting, etc.--in other words, usually mo...

Fortune: Messing With The Boss' Head Sabotage is not just about gumming up machinery. Sneaky avengers find subtler ways to get back at thupdated: Mon May 01 2000 00:01:00

For two years Thomas put up with the vulgar names that his boss, the manager of an Ohio bookstore, would hurl at him. Finally he couldn't take it anymore. Sure, he could quit, but wouldn't that be ...

Fortune: So You're a Player. Do You Need a Coach? The hottest thing in management is the executive coach--part boss, part consultant, parupdated: Mon Feb 21 2000 00:01:00

Since Mary Bradford took over as sales manager of the New England region of Met Life's resources division a year ago, her sales office has acted more like a New Age institute than an old-line insur...

Fortune: Looking For A Job Discreetly...Better Lives For Lawyersupdated: Mon Dec 21 1998 00:01:00

DEAR ANNIE: I recently went through the interview process for a job and then was asked, by E-mail, for references. I was not out looking, but this particular job really caught my interest. The E-ma...

Fortune: How Do I Persuade My Boss to Let Me Work at Home?updated: Mon Nov 09 1998 00:01:00

DEAR ANNIE: I think that my job is perfect for telecommuting, but my boss has shot down the idea when colleagues of mine have proposed it in the past. He says he doesn't believe that anyone can wor...

Money Magazine: What Are You Really Worth?updated: Tue Sep 01 1998 00:01:00

You want more money. You don't want to bring your pets to work, and you don't need another week of vacation--you barely take all you're entitled to now. And let's face it: Flextime isn't going to h...

Fortune: Do I Have To Say in a Job Interview Exactly How Much I'm Now Making?updated: Mon Jul 06 1998 00:01:00

DEAR ANNIE: I just came from an interview for a job I want very badly, and I may have made a big mistake. The interviewer asked me what my salary was in my last job. I left there largely because I ...

Money Magazine: THE BEST PLACES TO WORK FROM HOME THE EASIEST COMMUTE OF ALL IS FROM YOUR BEDROOM TO YOUR HOME OFFICE. SO MONEY updated: Tue Apr 01 1997 00:01:00

When Joe Kandra, 36, needs a break from work, he takes his dog Kali and heads for the woods. The fragrant eucalyptus trees of Stern Grove Park, Calif. are more than an hour's drive from Cisco Syste...

Fortune: IS YOUR FAMILY WRECKING YOUR CAREER? (AND VICE VERSA) THE DIRTY LITTLE SECRET IS THIS: FOR ALL ITS POLITICALLY updated: Mon Mar 17 1997 00:01:00

Set aside the talk of family values for a minute, and let's be frank. How valuable are families, really? Once upon a time, a family was a corporate prerequisite. A man (there were hardly enough cor...

Fortune: WORKING AT HOME--THE RIGHT WAY TO BE A STAR IN YOUR BUNNY SLIPPERS NEARLY NINE MILLION U.S. WORKERS HAVE BECOME TELECOMMUTERS, Aupdated: Mon Mar 03 1997 00:01:00

Sure, working at home can be good for your health. No horn-honking commute to add stress, no germ-laden recirculated air to keep that flu virus incubating, and no harsh fluorescent lighting to wear...

Fortune: IS MY SALARY TOO LOW?...DO I WHACK THAT BACKSTABBER?... AND OTHER QUERIESupdated: Mon Mar 03 1997 00:01:00

DEAR ANNIE: I just took on an important new job for my employer, and I'd like a salary increase. My last pay raise was four years ago (before the new responsibilities), to $42,000. I happen to know...

Fortune: SMART WAYS TO SWITCH JOBS SO YOU'VE GOT AN OFFER FROM ANOTHER COMPANY. A COUPLE OF TIPS: DON'T TRY TO HOLD UP YOUR BOSS FOR A RAupdated: Mon Nov 25 1996 00:01:00

That dream job you've been hoping for is finally yours. Congratulations--maybe. Well, now, how--and what--do you tell your boss, and how do you cut the cord without severing a relationship? That's ...

Fortune: SO, YOU WANT TO CHANGE YOUR JOB GOT A CASE OF THE MIDLIFE BLAHS? DOES WORK FEEL LIKE A DILBERT CARTOON? WHY updated: Mon Jan 15 1996 00:01:00

RONALD SHEADE HAS, quite deliberately, turned his life upside down. Once a vice president and assistant general counsel at a Fortune 1,000 company, he's now teaching eighth-grade science in a subur...

Fortune: EXECUTIVE WOMEN CONFRONT MIDLIFE CRISIS IT IS A TIME OF RECKONING FOR THE FIRST BIG GENERATION OF WOMEN TO HIT updated: Mon Sep 18 1995 00:01:00

Shoya Zichy's pale-yellow living room on the Upper East Side has become an unlikely refuge for some of the best and brightest career women in New York City. In the past year they have made the pilg...

Money Magazine: HOW YOU CAN TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR OWN CAREER -- PLUS OUR EXCLUSIVE JOB POLLupdated: Sat Jul 01 1995 00:01:00

LIKELY AS NOT, YOU ARE PROBABLY FEELING frustrated on the job these days: overworked, insecure, even downright angry at your overbearing boss. Who can blame you? Along with many of those toiling fo...

Money Magazine: SURVIVING AN OFFICE ROMANCE WITHOUT JEOPARDIZING YOUR JOBupdated: Wed Feb 01 1995 00:01:00

Call ConAgra, IBM, General Electric, Procter & Gamble, Motorola, PepsiCo and the rest of the top 25 Fortune 500 companies and request their policy on dating at the office, as we did a few weeks ago...

Money Magazine: WHAT YOU NEED TO DO TO GET MORE MONEY FROM YOUR BOSSupdated: Sun Jan 01 1995 00:01:00

Good-bye, raise. Hello, bonus. A compensation revolution is gripping corporate America. Companies all across the country--including 30% in one recent survey--are considering scrapping annual raises...

Money Magazine: SAFEGUARD YOUR SECRETS FROM YOUR NOSY BOSSupdated: Thu Dec 01 1994 00:01:00

Answer true or false. Legally, your boss can: Rifle through your desk drawers. Videotape you without your knowledge. Read E-mail and computer files addressed solely to you. Eavesdrop on your phone...

Fortune: GETTING COMFORTABLE WITH COUPLES IN THE WORKPLACE Is love in the air at your office? A slew of social trends are converging to eupdated: Mon Oct 03 1994 00:01:00

LIBIDO 1. The vital impulse or energy motivating human behavior...2. The sexual urge; lust. -- New Lexicon Webster's Dictionary of the English Language

Fortune: ARE COMPANIES LESS FAMILY-FRIENDLY? Yes, because today they need more from their employees. As Sprint executive Ronald LeMay sayupdated: Mon Mar 21 1994 00:01:00

IF ONLY good-guy companies finished first. Work at Tandem Computers probably surpassed most people's idea of a dream job. At its printed circuitboard assembly plant in Watsonville, California, ther...

Fortune: WINNING THE NEW CAREER GAME In a world of breakneck change and no job security, resourceful business people thrive working for bupdated: Mon Jul 12 1993 00:01:00

ANJU JESSANI has an impressive resume -- Wharton MBA, United Brands, Price Waterhouse, Chase Manhattan -- but she never really had to look for a job. The recruiters had always come to her. That all...

Fortune: THE NEW UNEMPLOYED While the economy is growing steadily again, more than nine million Americans remain jobless, victims of chanupdated: Mon Mar 08 1993 00:01:00

TOM BROWN, 44, had been working as New York regional comptroller for McKesson, the big wholesale drug distributor, when he got the news that he no longer had a job. He knew that layoffs were inevit...

Fortune: GAY IN CORPORATE AMERICA In the company closet is a big, talented, and scared group of men and women. They want out -- and are mupdated: Mon Dec 16 1991 00:01:00

HOMOSEXUALITY, once a career-destroying secret, is coming out of the closet in corporate America. Anxious and alienated, but unwilling to remain so, gay men and lesbians are rapidly forming employe...

Fortune: PIONEERS OF THE NEW BALANCE More managers are striking deals for flexible work schedules. They have more time for their kids andupdated: Mon May 20 1991 00:01:00

THERE WAS PLENTY of gossip in the corridors of Levi Strauss when Donna Goya, a personnel manager and rising star, cut back to a three-day-a-week work schedule in 1982. ''One of my colleagues thanke...

Fortune: IS YOUR CAREER ON TRACK? Forget the old rules. Promotions are coming more slowly. Lateral moves are in. But if you're trying forupdated: Mon Jul 02 1990 00:01:00

GAUGING your career progress has always been more art than science, but what on earth are you supposed to make of the signals you're getting now? You haven't been promoted in quite a while, but the...

Fortune: IS YOUR COMPANY ASKING TOO MUCH? Restructuring and heightened competition have left managers working harder than ever -- sometimupdated: Mon Mar 12 1990 00:01:00

SOMETIME in the last decade an 11th commandment -- Achieve excellence in your work -- crept into the set of grand precepts by which we are to live our lives. For the mass of baby-boomers struggling...

Fortune: WORKAHOLICS ANONYMOUS Spending so much time on the job that you're ruining the rest of your life? Some suggestions for managing updated: Mon Aug 14 1989 00:01:00

Sail a paper airplane out a window these days and you're likely to hit a person rushing to or from a gathering devoted to helping those in the grip of some sort of addiction. So-called 12-step prog...

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