An outcry to HITC's Soul Sister takes a look at chain emails sent by colleagues. How do you protect yourself, especially when you're sensitive to the poison some of them contain?
This article picks up where last week's left off. We've defined happiness (a permutation of joy) and found that it's always a by-product of another activity. What's next?
"Increasingly, young gay and lesbian graduate recruits want to choose employers who will support and welcome them. Starting Out provides a must-have guide to more than 250 workplaces determined to attract the very best talent in 2007, regardless of background."
Want to own an Gibson SG signed by Slash, Depeche Mode or Roger Waters? Or how about a 10-foot sculpture hand decorated and signed by Noel Gallagher, Ozzy, Robert Plant or Paul Weller?
Fortune magazine has partnered again with London think-tank AccountAbility and for-profit consultancy CSR Network to rank the largest global companies by the quality of their commitment to social and environmental goals.
The Soul Sister's last article on happiness was well-read, and a few more questions have come in. So how about it? Two more parts on happiness. Here's Part 1.
It almost sounds too good to be true - businesses with a No Jerks policy. But as evidenced in this article on lawjobs.com, the policy works, and from this, any smart business can benefit.
You're not alone in facing the challenges that come from being a woman in a male-dominated industry. TheGlassHammer is a new site dedicated to helping women in finance take it all to the next level.
A recent survey has shown that employers are still not giving employees the packages they want. Season ticket loans? No, thanks. Flexible working hours? Yes, please. And few are drawn to a bank on name alone.
We concern ourselves with intelligence. But what about EI - Emotional Intelligence? Can it be learned, and what good is it? HITC's Soul Sister explains.