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How to say ‘no’ at work

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Saying 'no' at work can be a hassle. But, there are ways you can do so without it being awkward. Here are some ways to say 'no' at work!

Co-Worker Communication

How to handle an overly chatty colleague

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There's always that one really chatty colleague that takes most of our time at work away! They can be annoying and a hassle to handle. Here's how to handle an overly chatty colleague!

Co-Worker Mental Health Relationship

How to comfort your stressed coworker?

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Stress can get to the best of us and if you see your co-worker under stress, here’s how you can act responsibly.

Co-Worker Relationship

How to deal with people at work

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A workplace is a jumble of personalities. One size does not fit all. The way to deal with different people at work is by adapting.

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Tips to impress your coworkers on your first day at work

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A good first impression is a good foot forward. Here’s how you can impress your coworkers on your first day itself.

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How to handle a coworker sabotaging you?

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A colleague trying to sabotage your efforts is neither new nor unheard of. But, there are definite ways of dealing with them.

Co-Worker Promotion

What to say to your friends at work when you get a promotion?

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Telling your friends about your promotion can be tricky but you can handle that with finesse if you know what you’re doing.

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How to deal with difficult people at work

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Difficult people can make for a difficult work-life. Dealing with them in a positive manner is the best way out.

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10 Annoying Workplace Habits

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You cannot expect a lot of annoying workplace habits to vanish away just because you want them to. Better to take some time and laugh them out, isn't it?

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How to work with people you don’t like

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Being in the same room with that one colleague you don't like could be difficult, but it is not impossible. It starts with observation and acceptance.