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Thriveworks research: Nearly 20% of Americans report differing views have negatively impacted a relationship with a coworker

The workplace has traditionally been seen as an environment where personal beliefs are kept separate from our professional lives, but events throughout/over the past two years may be changing this dynamic. Thriveworks’ data shows that nearly 20% of Americans report experiencing a rift in a professional relationship with a colleague,…

Making friends at work: 6 simple do’s and don’ts to help you maintain professional bonds and boundaries

It’s great to have friends at work, but our workplace connections can require some social navigating. For many people, getting to know their coworkers is a little awkward.   Despite how stiff water cooler talk can be, getting past that phase (by becoming friends at work) is beneficial for you and…

From working “hard” to working joyfully: Reddit’s antiwork movement shows why this is the year to re-think your relationship with work

More than 4.5 million people left their jobs at the end of last year as part of the Great Resignation. Many of these individuals were essential workers in the food service, healthcare, and education sectors.  The Reddit forum r/antiwork has become a sounding board for those who feel trapped in…

How to be a supportive male ally in the workplace: 5 allyship strategies

Gender-based discrimination in the workplace is something almost exclusively experienced by women. Discrimination against female working professionals can take place in the form of unwanted advances, getting passed up for promotions, or “mansplaining”.  Having male allies that are willing to stand up and support their female counterparts is important—and considering…

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