Aiming for inner cheer in the workplace is a worthy cause, writes Penelope Whitson.
When the zombie apocalypse comes, our ignorance is not going to be helpful, write Penelope Whitson.
Penelope Whitson two-times her literary devices.
First impressions are crucial, and not just the good ones. When you start in a new role, wear fabulous shoes and throw the mother of all tantrums, suggests Penelope Whitson.
A good boss is one who'll let you get on with your job and then live happily ever after.
I strongly suggest that if your job doesn’t appear to have an ‘official’ collective noun, such as a drunkenness of cobblers, you get yourself out there and find one
Ever cheated on your current job by thinking about taking another?
As you may be mildly aware, we are about to enter the Valentine’s Day zone.
Is it a sad indictment on New Zealand society as a whole that we expect the Christmas party to be a liquor-fuelled mess wholly paid for by the company?
A stationery fiend still thinks the pen is mightier than the sword