Do you love your job? According to a Gallup poll, there is a 64 percent chance that you don't. In fact, there's a 24 percent chance you actually hate your job. Nearly two thirds of those surveyed have no love for their workplace, but that doesn't mean you have to fall into this category.
This time of year it’s traditional to try to stop bad habits and start good ones. In the workplace, there’s one habit of which almost every employee is guilty, regardless of your industry, job title or location: Excessive emailing.
There’s no better time than the start of the New Year to rethink your relationship with email.
Since 1997 Irma Cota has been the President and Chief Executive Officer of North County Health Services, a non-profit community health care organization providing health care in the north region of San Diego County.
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