Jane Harper

Breastfeeding at Work Policy

Workplace Culture - January 17, 2020

Since 2010, the federal “Break Time for Nursing Mothers” law has legally protected working mothers who wish to express breast milk during their workday. Learn more a...

Top Job Sites in Australia for Your Career Search

Recruitment - January 10, 2020

Are you exploring more than one option for your career? You might consider registering with more than one of these top job sites in Australia. ...

Request for Vacation Leave Email Templates

Workplace Culture - January 08, 2020

There is nothing to feel hesitated about sending a request for vacation leave email. However, it would rather look nice and leave a good impression by convincing your emp...

Free Job Posting Sites You Should Bookmark Right Away

Recruitment - January 05, 2020

There are several job posting sites that help employers to find the best personnel for their job position. However, only a few of them are worldwide recognized and consid...

Desk Eating : The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly

Workplace Culture - January 03, 2020

Eating at your desk at work might be cost-effective, and help you to save time and multi-task, but doing so could impact your health, career, and sour workplace relations...

Expert Q&A: Understanding the DOL’s Overtime Rules

Compensation - January 02, 2020

Employers need to plan now for January 1 change when an estimated 1.3 million workers will receive eligibility for overtime pay. ...

How To Negotiate A Higher Salary

Compensation - December 05, 2019

Let’s first set the record straight. Salary negotiation is a completely normal and acceptable part of the employment process. Your salary is more than a figure that get...

Dream Jobs for People Who LOVE to Travel

Interviews - November 19, 2019

Jobs for people who love to travel do exist. From vlogging and photography to working with Peace Corps, these wanderlust jobs will get you to see places in the world most...

Employee or Friend: How to Set Boundaries at Work

Workplace Culture - November 14, 2019

Is it okay to be friends with your subordinates? How to set boundaries at work? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average American spends 44 hours per week...

California’s Assembly Bill 5 (AB-5) Threatens to Rain on the Gig Economy Parade

Featured - October 21, 2019

California’s Assembly Bill 5 (“AB-5”) that radically alters the definition of an “employee” so that companies can no longer misclassify would-be employees as in...

Dear Jane, My Boss Takes Credit For My Work! What’s Your Advice?

Q & A with Jane - October 14, 2019

We’ve all had this happen to us at one point or another. You pull an all-nighter to finish a presentation; share an idea with your boss and then hear him repeat it in a...

My Employer Makes Us Use Personal Credit Card For Company Expenses

Q & A with Jane - September 28, 2019

Sometimes, not having the “awkward expensing conversation” sends the wrong message. It’s a dicey situation, but one that can lead to serious ramifications w...

My Coworker Won’t Stop Staring At Me.

Q & A with Jane - July 24, 2019

Sometimes, not confronting a coworker who keeps staring at you sends the wrong message. It’s a dicey situation, but one that can lead to serious ramifications when not ...

Coming Out As Transgender At Work – I’m A Bucket of Nerves!

Q & A with Jane - July 04, 2019

Hey Jane, I never really told my family that I’m transgender. One of my earliest memories, about six years old, was when I refused to have my hair cut. I didn’t have ...

How To Create A Tech-Friendly Culture?

Creating a tech-friendly culture is essential in every business today. That’s why every business owner has since prioritized technology commercialization and deployment...

My Coworkers Won’t Stop Skinny Shaming Me. How Do I handle Comments About My Appearance?

Skinny shaming can be as harmful as fat shaming. A coworker’s remarks on appearance at work can rise to microaggressions and lead to actionable harassment. Read Jane Ha...