There have been some really interesting threads and reader questions lately about celebrating professional wins (including whether you can you throw a party for yourself) — so let’s discuss. What are YOUR favorite ways to celebrate professional wins?
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Liquor in the office: yea or nay? I’d love to hear your thoughts, readers…
In honor of Women’s Equality Day, let’s discuss: Do you feel equal?
A reader wondered whether she could interview in patent leather, and I wondered: what ARE the rules for interview shoes? What have you heard, what have you been advised, and what would you advise women interviewing at conservative offices to wear for shoes?
What’s the biggest mistake you’ve made at work, and how did you recover from it?
Readers have had some great conversations recently about how to change your career in a major way (for example, here, here, here and here), and I thought it might make an interesting conversation today. Have you ever changed your career in a major way, or otherwise executed a career pivot? Have you ever wanted to? … Read More about Career Pivots: How to Change Your Career in a Major Way
Fun question for today: have you worked with any famous people?
Here’s a fun question, ladies: what are your best networking tips for younger women just starting out in their careers? What’s your best advice on how to network when you’re junior? We’ve rounded up some tips from readers in our last discussion, and I have some thoughts as well, but I’m curious to hear what … Read More about How to Network When You’re Junior
What do you think is the best interview attire for different types of jobs?
When it comes to job interviews, what advice do you have to share? We’ve rounded up some reader tips!
2020 Update: We love the readers’ input on what to wear to a company picnic or to watch baseball with coworkers — you may also want to check out our entire guide to tricky summer associate events just like this! What do you wear to attend a company picnic and watch a baseball game — … Read More about What to Wear to a Company Picnic or to Watch Baseball with Coworkers
What do you consider personal at work — and what do you consider private? How has office culture played into the answer to that question? Where do you draw the line, and how do you deal if someone wants to share more with you than you’re comfortable with (or wants you to share more than you’re comfortable with)?