We spend anywhere from one to two-thirds of our day at work. Part of it commuting. But more than 70 percent (some stats are as high as 85 percent) of workers hate their jobs, and/or their managers or bosses.
Most managers don’t know how to manage people. …
Someone recently asked this question in an Alignable.com forum, and I had to respond because I feel like a lot of people don’t know anything else besides SharePoint and Microsoft products.
This is how I responded with a few extra comments sprinkled in:
It really depends on what you want to do. There are many pieces to the collaboration/intranet equation. It depends on what pieces or aspects you want to implement.
I use and manage SharePoint every day as part of the primary duties of my 9–5 job. It’s definitely a love-hate relationship. For many basic tasks or solutions that people require, you often have to get into custom development with SharePoint. …
How to still get ahead even though you’re getting ready to get fired
What I thought was going to be one of the best jobs in the world turned out to be one of the worst. During that year, I would go on to lose 20 pounds, become depressed, stressed and have anxiety.
I let a co-worker and the job really get to me. But I did learn along the way and find ways to deal with the situation.
“They said you need to change your email signature and take the senior part off. …