Presenting… a Week in the Life for Corporette readers!
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Do you purposely avoid office housekeeping tasks — or have you found that they’re the kind of things that can move your career forward?
Studies show that people’s productivity takes a big hit when they’re overworked. When it comes to total weekly hours, what’s the ideal number for you?
Do you prefer to stay late at work — or work from home? How much of that is your preference versus office culture or other outside situation?
For those of you who often work outside of an office, have you tried some of the new female-focused workspaces popping up around the country, like The Wing or The Riveter? What are your thoughts?
In Nov. 2013, we asked you guys to share your career plans and personal dreams with us — so let’s get some updates and do the exercise again. Where do you want/think you’ll be in five years — and in ten years? What do you think the major challenges are that you’ll encounter?
A recent study found that 76% of people admitted their parents helped them with a certain aspect of their career — so let’s talk about whether or not parents have helped YOUR career, either in little ways or big ways…
Ladies, do tell: what are your best tips on how to keep learning at work? What are the best resources you’ve found that fulfill requirements like CLEs, keep you educated, and maybe go above and beyond, such as providing networking opportunities?
What clothes do you keep at your office — and how does the list vary if you’re in a business casual office versus a conservative office?
There’s a ton of advice in college and grad school about how to apply for jobs… but not all of that advice still works when you’ve been out 5-10 years. So what ARE the best job application tips for mid-levels? Come share yours…
Here’s a topic we haven’t discussed in about a thousand years: perfume at the office. DO office-appropriate perfumes exist, ladies? If so, what are the business etiquette rules for perfume? When I grew up I always loved the idea of having “a scent” that people would know me by — there’s a line in When … Read More about Office-Appropriate Perfumes: Do They Exist?
Readers have shared some great resources for those affected by the shutdown…