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. Who can blame them? They are never taught how to. Many companies are not investing in training their managers at all. Companies promote employees to this new position and then leave them out to dry — one of the most critical positions in a company. …
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…
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. …