CUBE VS. CORNER

employee employer relationshipCube vs. Corner is a series that explores a different workplace topics where Devan and Brad respond with their unfiltered, honest thoughts from their side of the office -- sharing the employee and the employer's point of view.

Cube vs. Corner: How do the boss' work habits affect yours?

Sometimes it’s difficult to know how much you’re supposed to reflect the boss’s work habits. Especially in regards to working hours. After

Cube vs Corner: Social media policies for employees — what’s cool, and what’s not

Social media has made some work boundaries a little blurry. We've talked about whether or not it's okay to friend your employees on

Cube vs. Corner: Is it appropriate to wear headphones at work?

Cube vs. Corner is the place were we tackle and issue from two sides: the boss's perspective, and the employee's perspective. This time

Cube vs. Corner: Are emojis appropriate to use in business?

Cube vs. Corner is a series that explores a different workplace topics where Devan and Brad respond with their unfiltered, honest thoughts

Cube vs. Corner: Should we put out crap if it works?

  Should we put out crappy quality work just because it gets us results? Brad and Devan discuss the employer and employee point of

Cube vs. Corner: The personal phone call at work

THE PERSONAL PHONE CALL AT WORK We're talking about the personal phone call at work in this episode of Cube vs. Corner. How does the boss

Cube vs. Corner: Employer and Employee views on Career Planning

CAREER PLANNING When I was new in the workforce there was a big emphasis on "Career Planning". You would have a big meeting with your boss

Cube vs. Corner: The dreaded Facebook friend request from the boss

So last week, my friend brought up an issue: "My boss just friended me on Facebook, and it's super weird. I don't know what to do.

Cube vs Corner: A Conversation between an employer and employee

I've been chatting with friends about my recent employee dress code post. They were all pretty surprised when I casually mentioned talking