A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.
Questions relating to receiving a reward, usually monetary, for the tasks one has completed or a situation one has endured.
Questions relating to the communication of views and opinions regarding work quality or performance, usually from a superior or colleague
Questions around how to control where one allocates energy over the course of a work day. Where does one spend time and make the most of that time in the office.
Position name that often can be seen as having various levels of perceived value.
Questions around schooling in the workplace. Could involve credentials when applying for jobs.
Questions relating to the people who work for a company
The organization hiring a worker. The worker is known as an employee while the organization is an employer. These can be corporations, non-profits and governments for a few possible classifications.
Questions relating to one's physical or mental well-being
Questions related to personal illness and time off for such causes.
time spent working that goes above and beyond the number of hours required to be at the workplace for a given time period.
Questions about the workplace which specifically relate to having a high-tech job. Professional programming related questions should use the software-industry tag.
Questions dealing with workplace-related stress.
Questions around people that were recently hired, on boarding practices, orientations and so forth.
Questions relating to the customers of ones company or work
Questions about finding, accepting, rejecting, maintaining, and verifying a job
Questions related to the act of being a contractor up to and including the projects one is working on and the contract one is bound by
workplace cultures, customs, or laws of the European Continent, both EU and non-EU countries
Questions regarding having to take trips as part of working. (For questions about traveling to and from work, use [commute] instead.)
Questions about moving one's residency for a job.
Questions related to the ending of employment that is not "for cause" but due to financial or organisational reasons such as downsizing or positions being eliminated or outsourcing. Contrast with firi…
For questions about the use of software in a workplace environment. This tag should not be used for questions about software development and the software industry.
Why we do the things we do. Questions here center around the idea of how to get excited and do a good job rather than a poor one.
the degree of resistance to, or protection from, harm. Workplace questions should only be tagged with this if they relate to actual security concerns (physical or digital) and are specific…
The initial period of work when someone starts a new job or a period where someone has underperformed and is given a period of time to show improvement or face some consequences such as termination. …
Questions related to discrimination or rejection behavior, based on individual or cultural aspects, that may take place in the Workplace.
Connecting with other people over business interests which could include job leads, sales leads, joint ventures or other arrangements for doing business together.
Questions from people in various school programs.
Questions about the workplace that may specifically relate to cultures or customs in Australia
Questions relating to abusive / intimidating behaviour in the workplace
Often referring to software programs or information systems used within the workplace.
Questions related to non-monetary compensation and 'perks' that are offered by many employers.
Questions relating to the right to privacy in the workplace and the handling of private data. Note that many countries have strict privacy laws that influence this topic. Questions that require interp…
measure how long someone has worked. Sometimes compensation may be stated in hourly units or annual units.