The Workplace Stack Exchange is a Q&A site about the workplace and other career-related topics. With your help we're working to build a library to every question about the workplace related to:
- Finding employment (resumes/cv/cover letters, recruiters, hiring-managers, interviews, negotiations, etc.)
- Maintaining employment (promotions, pay increases, harassment, bullying, poor working conditions, communication problems, etc.)
- Leadership in the workplace (motivating people, encouraging people, making decisions, holding hard conversations, intervening in unproductive situations, asking for and giving help, etc.)
- Terminating employment (notice period, breaking the news, handing over work, reference letters, relieving letters, etc.)
What questions are off topic here?
Questions that lack a clear goal we can address or focus on ranting about problems rather than trying to solve them
Questions that aren't a good fit for the Stack Exchange format (see also Good Subjective, Bad Subjective for information on how to ask a subjective question suitable for the Stack Exchange format)
Still not sure?
- Many questions here describe challenging situations in the workplace. As you have written your question, have you taken the time to formulate a real, answerable, question? For example, "What should I do about an arrogant co-worker?" is not answerable, but "What can I say to my arrogant co-worker to ask her advice with my project?" is answerable.
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