I’m going to bring up one of the most annoying phrases you will ever hear-“team building exercise”. For most people, that means driving out to a remote area on a work day to participate in ropes courses and trust falls.
I was talking to my coworkers the other day about my daily commute-1 hour when I go to HQ and about 2.5 hours when I drive into San Francisco and of course the inevitable discussion of traffic came up. While
Quick, what makes you so excited that you could be immersed in it all day? On the flip side, what do you hate doing the most? These two seemingly obtuse questions are related to the two most important concepts of
It goes without saying that by looking at my Twitter feed, reading the blog lately, or by knowing me personally, that I work at Chegg. If you don’t know what Chegg is. Here’s the official description: Chegg, the student hub,
Good evening/morning. It’s midterm season here at Howard University and I can tell you that for the first time in my college career, I am extremely stressed. I’ve never really had to work that hard in school. It all came
I shouldn’t be allowed to say this, especially as a business major. But, I can’t help but find corporate America absolutely hilarious. I say this because for people who are not involved in corporate America tend to see business people