How to Give Your Boss Constructive Criticism and Still Keep Your Job

If you think you’re the only person who’s ever dreamed of chucking a ninja star at your boss, think again. The sadistic smartphone game Beat the Boss has been downloaded eight million times and spawned two highly popular sequels.

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Rage-Quitting: Why Are We So Quick to Quit?

There probably aren’t too many people out there who haven’t dreamed of telling off their boss once and for all. I mean really letting them have it—desks swept clean, chair overturned, shouted denunciations, the whole bit.

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How important has written communication been to your success?

While most of us wouldn’t hesitate to go on a first date with a pretty face, we probably wouldn’t go much further without a connection. How, exactly, do two parties connect?

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Best Advice I Ever Got: Nicolas Gremion

Nicolas Gremion moved to Costa Rica with a credit card and an idea for changing the book-publishing business. Crazy? Maybe, but it’s working.

Nicolas Germion is the founder and CEO of Paradise Publishers Inc., the company behind Foboko and Free-eBooks, an e-book publisher.

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What is the most valuable insight you’ve ever gotten from an employee about how YOU could perform better?

1. Work less I was told to work less because it was a bit intimidating to get emails at all hours of the night — not to mention that it generally meant I wasn’t paying attention to a lot of things that really matter, such as employee satisfaction and balance in their lives.

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14 Must-Read Books for New Startup Hires

By YEC | In Company Culture, Entrepreneurship, Hiring & Firing, Leadership, Your Career | February 11, 2015 Share on twitterShare on linkedinShare on facebookShare on google_plusone_shareShare on pinterest_shareShare on emailMore Sharing Services6 What better way to welcome a new employee than by setting them up for immediate success with a book about the industry?

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