From Getting Your Emails Read To Workplace Slights: This Week’s Top Leadership Stories

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It seems that the main purpose of this article is to give tips as to how to be more successful at work. the tips vary greatly and go anywhere from how to write email subject lines that get opened more likely to how to have good opening statements for speeches. All in all the article gives a lot of helpful tips for those that seem not to get noticed enough at work.

Key Takeaways:

  • Experts believe there are actually three kinds of injustice that we’re likely to experience at work: “distributive,” “procedural,” and “interpersonal.”
  • The article suggests “the federal government [is] a leader when it comes to flexible work arrangements”
  • Some hobbies can benefit a worker’s performance on the job.

“Experts believe there are actually three kinds of injustice that we’re likely to experience at work: “distributive,” “procedural,” and “interpersonal.””

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