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Ask a Manager
» weekend free-for-all – May 26-27, 2018
» Ask a Manager in the media
» open thread – May 25-26, 2018
» can I ask my company to pay for a cat sitter when I travel, my coworker calls me “honey bunny,” and more
» update: my mother is a destructive force in my professional life
» updates: the website delusions of grandeur, the pushy gym trainer, and more
» do I need to have a better sense of humor at work?
» I’ve been crying in front of my boss, are phone rejections more respectful, and more
» can you contact a hiring manager with questions before applying for a job?
» what’s the best day of the week to apply for a job?
» what to say if an interviewer asks about your favorite books or movies
» can I ask a new hire to use a nickname, manager asks for money for food and gas, and more
» update: I’m about to go on medical leave, but I’m also hoping to take my long-delayed honeymoon
» how does your job interviewer find out what you’re really like?
» my boss wants to give me his kidney — but I don’t want it
» coworker uses icebreakers in every meeting, is it wrong to fake enthusiasm in a job interview, and more
» what to do if you hate your job
» come see me in NYC on Tuesday night
» my boss’s dog keeps attacking my coworkers
» I’m sick of being the office printer lady
» new hire wants to print everything, how can I make myself look less qualified, and more
» weekend free-for-all – May 19-20, 2018
» open thread – May 18-19, 2018
» sharing an office when people are fasting, IT remotely accessed my laptop when I asked them not to, and more
» my contact won’t stop pressuring me to volunteer while I’m on medical leave
» 13 actually effective ways to handle difficult/awful/frustrating coworkers
» the 18-month coffee debate, and other stories of office coffee wars
» my noisy coworker won’t mute himself on conference calls, checking references after someone’s hired, and more
» my boss has delusions of grandeur about our website — do I have to burst his bubble?
» when the job you’re interviewing for keeps changing
» how can I stop panicking every day that I might get fired?
» Blue Apron got me to eat raisins in pasta
» coworker interrupts conversations, accepting a beverage at a meeting if no one else does, and more
» my daughter refuses to tell interviewers why she left her last job
» my boss got fired and won’t leave me alone
» I’m about to go on medical leave, but I’m also hoping to take my long-delayed honeymoon
» my boss gave all the women flowers for Mother’s Day, I was demoted because of a horrific act by my employee, and more
» I won money on a work trip to Vegas – do I have to donate it to my employer?
» is it normal to get incredibly nervous about telling your boss you’re quitting?
» should I take more maternity leave than I want to “set a good example” for other women in my organization?
» I’m supposed to do a 90-minute presentation at an interview, no one at work acknowledges my life events, and more
» some things about my mom
» weekend free-for-all – May 12-13, 2018
» open thread – May 11-12, 2018
» vendor hugs everyone, sharing interview questions ahead of time, and more
» How humans and apes are different, and why it matters
» Utah fossil reveals global exodus of mammals' near relatives to major continents
» Ancient mound builders carefully timed their occupation of coastal Louisiana site
» Genome structure of dinosaurs discovered by bird-turtle comparisons
» Scientists analyze first ancient human DNA from Southeast Asia
» Ancient human remains and a mystery unearthed
» Critically endangered South American forests were planted by ancient peoples
» Early evidence of use of a bit on domestic donkeys found in the Near East
» A shipwreck and an 800-year-old 'made in China' label reveal lost history
» Worm-eating mice reveal how evolution works on islands
» Understanding Andean concepts of death and renewal
» Where hominid brains are concerned, size doesn't matter
» Lead pollution in Greenland ice shows rise and fall of ancient European civilizations
» A European origin for leprosy?
» Stone Age hepatitis B virus decoded
» New research shows how Indo-European languages spread across Asia
» 78,000-year cave record from East Africa shows early cultural innovations
» Scientists can measure population change through chemicals found in feces
» Can chimpanzee vocalizations reveal the origins of human language?
» Ediacara Biota flourished in bacterially rich marine habitats
» Engraved Crimean stone artifact may demonstrate Neanderthal symbolism
» DNA adds twist to ancient story of a Native American group
» Ancient quids reveal clues about genetic ancestry of early Great Basin inhabitants
» Respect Indigenous ancestors: Scholars urge community engagement before research
» Evidence for persistent forest reliance by indigenous peoples in historical Sri Lanka
» Archaeologists on ancient horse find in Nile River Valley
» Human-like walking mechanics evolved before the genus Homo
» Genomics study in Africa: Demographic history and deleterious mutations
» Unprecedented wave of large-mammal extinctions linked to prehistoric humans
» Ramped up fight-or-flight response points to history of warfare for humans and chimps
» New new genus and species of extinct baleen whale identified
» Some human cancers are 'evolutionary accidents'
» We think we're the first advanced earthlings -- but how do we really know?
» Dinosaurs ended -- and originated -- with a bang!
» Surviving climate change, then and now
» Sweet potato history casts doubt on early contact between Polynesia and the Americas
» The secret life of teeth: Evo-devo models of tooth development
» Most primitive kangaroo ancestor rediscovered after 30 years in obscurity
» Why expressive brows might have mattered in human evolution
» First human migration out of Africa more geographically widespread than previously thought
» Genetics of the modern heirs of the Inkas shed new lights about their origins and lineages
» Large carnivores were scarce but very diverse in Europe more than one million years ago
» Ancient origins of viruses discovered
» First land plants were parasitized by microbes
» Inner ear provides clues to human dispersal
» Oldest Neanderthal wooden tools found in Spain
» Spear point study offers new explanation of how early humans settled North America
» Archaeologist discovers Cornish barrow site
» 13,000-year-old human footprints found off Canada's Pacific coast
» Secrets of famous Neanderthal skeleton La Ferrassie 1 revealed
» Parts of the Amazon thought uninhabited were actually home to up to a million people
» New standards for ancient protein studies set forth by multi-national group of researchers
» Compared to nomadic communities, Silk Road cities were urban food deserts
» Mysterious head of a pharaoh discovered by Egyptologist
» When the Mediteranean Sea flooded human settlements
» Skilled female potters traveled around the Baltic nearly 5,000 years ago
» Genomes of five late Neandertals provide insights into Neandertal population history
» Dravidian language family is approximately 4,500 years old, new linguistic analysis finds
» Discovery of sophisticated 115,000-year-old bone tools in China
» First evidence of live-traded dogs for Maya ceremonies