How to Bounce Back Quickly After Making a Mistake at the Office
Step one: acknowledge the goof ASAP.
8 Things Your Boss Wishes You’d Stop Wearing to Work
Even if you work in an office so casual (or creative) that there isn’t an actual dress code, these eight items will get you noticed—and not in a good way.
How to Do a Week’s Worth of Work in 3 Days
Expert advice on efficient office hours—so you can power down, scoot home, and enjoy the holidays.
7 Secrets for Launching a Business You Care About
When lawyer Reshma Saujani lost a primary bid for Congress in 2010, she didn’t miss a beat: She wrote a book about how fear of failure holds women back and founded Girls Who Code, a nonprofit that has taught computer science to thousands of kids. She’s on a mission to build the next generation of female tech leaders. Saujani, 39, spoke with Real Simple about closing the gender gap and the value of a “try, try again” attitude.
Your Summer Work Questions—Answered
Time Inc.’s all-knowing straight-shooting vice president of staffing, Bucky Keady, tackles your warm-weather workplace conundrums.
5 Smart Strategies to Make Your Goals a Reality
Tech Entrepreneur, Phyllis Newhouse, spoke with Real Simple about the (not always steady) march to building your own business.
7 Servings of Work Wisdom From White House Chef Cristeta Comerford
When Cristeta Comerford was 21, she came to the United States from the Philippines and took the first job she could get, in the kitchen of an airport hotel. Ten years ago, at age 42, she became the White House executive chef—the first woman in that role. Comerford took some time to speak with Real Simple about rallying talent, keeping calm, and feeding the country’s most influential family.