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  • Four Reasons to Avoid Email

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    Jason Wong
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    Jul 5, 2016

    Email is one of the great innovations in communication, giving both sender and recipient the opportunity to carefully consider their words and answer at their convenience. However, there are a few things that should be done in person, as well as situations in which hitting send should be delayed, according to Time:

  • How to Overcome Perceived Millennial Weaknesses

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    Jason Wong
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    Jun 15, 2016

    Unfortunately, since they’ve started to enter adulthood and by extension, the workforce, millennials have been subject to a number of negative stereotypes that may or may not have basis in fact. So what can you do to convince your Boomer or Gen Xer employer that you don’t fulfill those stereotypes while engaging in your work the way that you’re most comfortable with? Here are three stereotypes that millennials face, and corresponding tips from Inc on how to rise above them:

  • Three Steps to Avoid Being Passive-Aggressive

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    Jason Wong
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    Jun 14, 2016

    When dealing with a frustrating situation involving another person, it can be tempting, especially if they’re a coworker, to deal with the situation by being passive-aggressive. It can feel good to combat that sense of powerlessness by exercising petty judgment on the offending person while maintaining a slight veneer of deniability. However, doing so is neither the mature nor the most beneficial path to take, so here are three steps from the Harvard Business Review to follow if you find yourself wanting to take the low road: 

  • How to Get the Starting Salary You Want

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    Jason Wong
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    Jun 10, 2016

    Passion and interest in your chosen profession is important, but getting paid what you want and what you’re worth is nice too. So how do you get the salary you want without coming off as money-grubbing or overly aggressive in your negotiation? Here are some tips from Forbes on how to land a salary that both you and your employer are happy with:

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