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In the Workplace
7 Signs You’re About to be Fired

7 Signs You’re About to be Fired

Are you the one who’ll be laid off? Did your mistake cost you your job? How can you tell? Here are some signs you’re about to get the boot.
Starting a New Job
Sample job acceptance letter

Job Acceptance Letter

Writing an acceptance letter is a good policy for any job seeker who's decided to take a job offer. For one thing, it reinforces your professional approach. It also gives you the chance to document a few key things about your new job, such as your title, supervisor, salary and benefits.
Leaving a Job
Should You Take That Counteroffer?

Take a Counteroffer?

It seems like the perfect situation: You feel you aren't paid what you're worth in your current job and decide to check out alternatives. After a secret job search, another employer offers you a lot more money. But when you tell the boss you're quitting, he offers you a raise to keep you. Do you take the counteroffer? Experts weigh in on what can happen if you do.
Work-Life Balance
Monster's guide to office romances

Guide to Office Romance

Office romance can be the start of a beautiful relationship— or a recipe for disaster. When emotion is involved, good judgment can go out the window. Before you leap into dating in the workplace, let these articles guide you through what’s acceptable at work when it comes to everything from fledgling flirtations to lifelong partnerships.
Workplace Issues
Are you being taken advantage of at work?

Feeling underappreciated is never fun. If you’re constantly staying late or juggling too many responsibilities, find out how to take action.