Natasha Bowman, author of You Can’t Do That at Work, is founder of Performance ReNew, a workplace consulting firm.
The workplace is changing rapidly. How will those changes affect current employees and people looking for a job?
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WHY EVERYONE IS TALKING ABOUT NFTs
Non-fungible tokens are unique digital properties that use blockchain technology. Our FAQ will help you understand what all the buzz is about.
Subdued Stock Returns Ahead
This well-known strategist says dividends are a bright spot in an otherwise muted market.
Why Bonds Belong in Your Portfolio
WHEN CAN YOU GET A DEAL ON A CAR AGAIN?
Low inventories mean it’s hard to haggle on price, but you can still negotiate on financing.
Weathering the Market's Turns
Our favorite actively managed funds delivered mixed results, proving that portfolio diversification matters over the course of a market cycle.
The Lowdown on Living Trusts
A trust can solve a lot of problems. But like all tools, it can also be misused.
Our Picks Struggle Along With the Market
THE KIPLINGER ESG 20 UPDATE | After a bullish 2021 for stocks with impressive ESG credentials, a pullback is under way.
How to Open a Brokerage Account
Investing can be fun, but you need a brokerage account to do it. Fortunately, it’s easy to get started.
Talking Money With Your Spouse
MONEY SMART WOMEN
Start the Elder Care Conversation
LIVING IN RETIREMENT | The communication gap between parents and their adult kids is stunning.
When Social Media Becomes an Obligation
Rachel Nelson works in marketing and social media. And yet here she challenges the way it is infiltrating our lives, changing workplace norms, how we see ourselves, and how we live our lives.
MICROSOFT SHUTTING DOWN LINKEDIN IN CHINA
Microsoft is shutting down its LinkedIn service in China later this year after internet rules were tightened by Beijing, the latest American tech giant to lessen its ties to the country.
Master Social Media Without Sacrificing Your Privacy
Some people have no filter. They’ll conduct the most personal phone conversations at maximum volume on the subway. Or they’ll regale perfect strangers with the excruciating details of their latest medical procedures. Most of us, though, have a better idea of how to maintain privacy for ourselves and our friends. But do you take the same attitude on social media? It’s easy to notice that you’re too loud on the phone in public, but it’s less easy to realize that your settings let any schmo read your social media posts. And yet protecting your privacy on social media is important, in more ways than you may realize.
FACEBOOK DELIVERS BIASED JOB ADS, SKEWED BY GENDER
Facebook is showing different job ads to women and men in a way that might run afoul of anti-discrimination laws, according to a new study.
Turn Up the Positivity
What’s ahead in 2021 is uncertain, to say the least. To keep moving your business forward, follow these steps to keep yourself (and your team) feeling focused and hopeful.
Entrepreneurship Is a Mindset
I cofounded LinkedIn, invest with Greylock Partners, and host the Masters of Scale podcast. Take it from me: Success in entrepreneurship must begin in your head.
The Job Before Your First Job
An IT internship can be your strong first step toward a rewarding professional career
An Exercise in Subtlety
How Your Business Can Use Informational Content to Sell Your Products
Create Connected Experiences with a Compelling Story
Every Business Is Driving Towards “Connected Marketing”
THE WAY TO SELL YOURSELF
Our opening sentence is our most important. And too many of us are getting it wrong.