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Time to Walk Away? Five Signs It's Time for a New Job
By Fatimah Gilliam Founder, and CEO The Azara Group

Sometimes an environment is too toxic, broken, or unfixable, or the writing's on the wall. This is when you should cut your losses and look for a new job. How can you tell when the time is right to make that scary leap?   Read More

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Workplace Words That Wound
By Lorie Reichel Howe

We have all felt the sting of cutting words, the stab of sarcasm, and the sickening silence when a coworker is assaulted with a verbal bomb. When workplace word wars occur, employees become casualties, relationships are strained, and morale plummets.   Read More

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Cold Storage: How to Prep Your Garage for Winter
By GEICO Staff

Garages were born for storage. After all, the name comes from the French word garer, meaning to shelter.   Read More

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Tricia Gressle of Randstad Technologies Shares Her Experience in Technology
By Brooke Lazar

Tricia Gressle, vice president of Randstad Technologies' delivery, knows what it is like to juggle many tasks on a daily basis. She explains what her job entails and what she enjoys most about it.   Read More

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What to Do When Your Boss or Leader Is an Idiot
By Will Marré

It's tragic to see that leadership power is gained or granted to people who are skilled at increasing their power but not their wisdom.   Read More

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Five Things I've Learned as a Woman in Tech
By Amber Fallon

There's a prevalent misconception that women can be too emotional for technical fields.   Read More