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Karla L. Miller offers advice on surviving the ups and downs of the modern workplace. Miller, of South Riding, Va., was the winner of the 2011 Work Advice Contest. E-mail your questions to Karla at email@example.com.
A co-worker tells the boss when people show up late.
A patient is wearing a revealing outfit, and it’s tempting to say something.
Work something out with the boss before the operation — and look into short-term disability insurance.
How to make sure your ‘soft skills’ — diplomacy, intuition, emotional intelligence — are valuable to the company
If you find yourself in the ‘wrong seat,’ jump up but don’t jump to conclusions about what it means
The social movement is, after all, about gender equality.
How to reconcile the signals you think you’re sending, and the ones your audience is receiving.
After seven years with the magazine, Karla is moving to The Post’s Business section. She catches up with some readers before she bids farewell.
This supervisor is bothered by a worker’s repeated references to being a bother.
Fears about tears at the office from @Work Advice