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» can you bill for your time after a long interview process, bringing in baked goods on your first day, and more
» weekend free-for-all – February 25-26, 2017
» should I hire an overqualified candidate?
» open thread – February 24-25, 2017
» I’m still getting calls from clients after being let go, my coworker is interfering in my work, and more
» my friend tried to strong-arm her way into a promotion
» update: is this job application horribly invasive or is it just me?
» do I really have to be on camera for my job?
» I’m jealous of my attractive employee, working for free when changing careers, and more
» is it weird to have your spouse visit you at your office?
» how can I help an employee who suffers from anxiety?
» my employee tells small lies but is otherwise good at her job
» how often can you take mental health days, is this employee ranking system insane, and more
» my boss wants 20% of my salary from my next job
» how should I handle questions about my age at work?
» I manage someone who was terribly harmed by my family … what do I do?
» candidate has applied for the same job 142 times, talking to an adult child’s employer, and more
» I’m a finalist for a job where it sounds like people work a ton of hours
» employer doesn’t want me to support any other charity, my employee doesn’t use enough words, and more
» weekend free-for-all – February 18-19, 2017
» my ex-boss has gone from best friend to petulant child
» open thread – February 17-18, 2017
» I’m trying to get fired, I’m supposed to bid against another job candidate on salary, and more
» I’m running my department but can’t get promoted into the director role
» update: coworkers are ranking the attractiveness of women in the office
» I’m sick — why are you calling me?
» anonymous complaint about politics, student workers keep interrupting my lunch, and more
» my aunt and uncle are extreme helicopter parents — and I work with their son
» my coworker keeps coming to my office and interrupting my work
» is it okay to hang target practice sheets up at work?
» did I err by reprimanding my direct report’s employee, revolving door on another team is causing problems, and more
» my office wants us to bring single friends to a Valentine’s Day singles mixer
» dealing with customers is making me miserable
» ask the readers: when workplace romance goes horribly wrong
» my mom says that using FMLA will prevent me from getting another job, requiring advance notice of requests to use time off, and more
» how can I deal with a hostile, unreasonable boss until I can leave?
» if you’re thinking of asking a coworker on a date…
» my boss won’t approve my time off for a video game competition
» employees sleeping at work during snow storm, recruiter sexually harassed me on a phone interview, and more
» weekend free-for-all – February 11-12, 2017
» flaky interviewer is causing child care problems
» update: I am the nepotism hire who no one likes
» open thread – February 10-11, 2017
» giving a colleague feedback on her nervous laugh, contributions to work baby showers, and more
» my boss is overloading me with work during my notice period
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» Ancient humans arrived in South America in multiple waves
» The toy boat that sailed the seas of time
» Europeans brought new strains of ulcer-causing bacterium to pre-Columbian Americas
» Neanderthal DNA contributes to human gene expression
» Historic cultural records inform scientific perspectives on woodland uses
» Giving weight to Darwin's theory of 'living fossils'
» Genetic data show mainly men migrated from the Pontic steppe to Europe 5,000 years ago
» Radiocarbon dating and DNA show ancient Puebloan leadership in the maternal line
» Scarcity of resources led to violence in prehistoric central California
» Linguist's 'big data' research supports waves of migration into the Americas
» A cultural catch: Evolution of wooden halibut hooks carved by native people of the northwest coast
» Temple culture in Ptolemaic Egypt alive and kicking
» Digging deeper: Using new archaeological techniques to uncover more about our past
» Deeper origin of gill evolution suggests 'active lifestyle' link in early vertebrates
» Broken pebbles offer clues to Paleolithic funeral rituals
» Chimpanzee feet allow scientists a new grasp on human foot evolution
» Persistent tropical foraging in the highlands of terminal Pleistocene/Holocene New Guinea
» Computational methods applied to big datasets are compelling tools for historical linguistics
» Shifting monsoon altered early cultures in China, study says
» Genomes in flux: New study reveals hidden dynamics of bird and mammal DNA evolution
» Spiny, armored slug reveals ancestry of molluscs
» 'Fantastic mosaic' and home with underfloor heating among new evidence discovered from Leicester's Roman past
» Baltic hunter-gatherers began farming without influence of migration, ancient DNA suggests
» Low level of oxygen in Earth's middle ages delayed evolution for two billion years
» Ancient DNA reveals genetic 'continuity' between Stone Age, modern populations in East Asia
» World Heritage sites getting hammered by human activities
» Bag-like sea creature was humans' oldest known ancestor
» Preservation and protection of cultural heritage objects
» Anthropologists uncover art by (really) old masters
» Ancient Indus civilization's adaptation to climate change
» Leprosy strain genotyped from medieval pilgrim at UK burial site
» Advanced geometry no secret to prehistoric architects in US Southwest
» Mapping the migration of house shrews to illuminate historical trade networks
» Archaeologists uncover new clues to Maya collapse
» Wolf-size extinct otter discovered: 6.24 million years old
» Virtual Renaissance
» Discovery adds rock collecting to Neanderthal's repertoire
» First humans arrived in North America a lot earlier than believed
» Twelve new tombs discovered in Gebel el Silsila, Egypt
» Viruses in genome important for our brain
» Cultural differences may leave their mark on DNA
» Byzantine skeleton yields 800-year-old genomes from a fatal infection
» Retroviruses 'almost half a billion years old'
» What teeth reveal about the lives of modern humans
» Humans occupied Tibetan Plateau thousands of years earlier than previously thought
» Evolution of brain and tooth size were not linked in humans
» Ancient DNA can both diminish and defend modern minds
» Ancient Chaco Canyon population likely relied on imported food
» Arctic Inuit, Native American cold adaptations may originate from extinct hominids
» Computer models find ancient solutions to modern climate problems
» Earliest evidence discovered of plants cooked in ancient pottery
» Ancient species in Gulf of Alaska investigated
» Swedish archaeologists discover remains of unknown ancient city in Greece
» Jersey was a must-see tourist destination for Neanderthals for over 100,000 years
» 17th Century strain of smallpox retrieved from partial mummified remains of Lithuanian child
» Scientists' study of human migration could help understand cancer metastasis
» The Emperor's new coats: History of horse coat colors
» Overwhelming evidence of malaria's existence 2,000 years ago
» Fast evolution affects everyone, everywhere
» Secrets of the Paleo diet: Archeological discovery reveals plant-based menu of prehistoric humans