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7 Signs Your Coworker Is Going to Quit

by Kayla Heisler via Fairygodboss | July 30, 2019

Is it possible to tell when a coworker is about to quit? According to a recent study, here are the top pre-quitting behaviors of employees on their way out.

7 Signs You've Become a Micromanager

by AnnaMarie Houlis via Fairygodboss | July 23, 2019

Employees hate it when managers are on their backs all the time, checking in, asking for updates, constantly making minor corrections. But what if you're one of these managers and don't even know it? Here are the telltale signs you've become a dreaded micromanager.

6 Ways to Stop Obsessing Over Minor Mistakes

by Taylor Tobin via Fairygodboss | March 25, 2019

If you find yourself mentally blowing minor mistakes out of proportion, these six strategies can help you put small errors in perspective.

Do You Have the 'Grit' to Work for a Top Company? Take This Quiz to Find Out

by Derek Loosvelt | August 29, 2018

Companies are increasingly looking for employees with "grit." But what is grit? And how do you know if you have it? We answer those questions here.

How Companies Use Interviews to Identify Your Potential

by Phil Stott | December 04, 2017

Knowing what companies are looking for in hires can help you in the job interview

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