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Karla L Miller
Work dramas and traumas? Come talk to Washington Post Magazine's smart-aleck down the hall.
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kam 11h
i get high on: ⚪️ life ⚪️ drugs 🔘 that part in come on eileen where it slows down and then speeds up
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Kory Stamper 15h
Replying to @KoryStamper
<swaddles you in blanket> 🎶 New things are scary, and that's okaaaaaaay / 🎶 English is 1,500 years old, give or take, it's not going awaaaaaaaay 🎶 Calm the hell dowwwwwwn, calm the hell dowwwwwwn 🎵🎶
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Karla L Miller 9h
You’re not imagining it—your workspace is shrinking.
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Workplace Fairness 10h
WHAT'S NEW: If marijuana is legal in your state, can you be fired for testing positive for it on a drug test? We've updated our guide to marijuana laws and the workplace.
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Karla L Miller 11h
LAST CHANCE FOR CONTRACTORS: If you have a funny/sad/outrageous anecdote illustrating the difference in status between contract workers and conventional full-time workers, I'd love to hear it! PM me here or wpmagazine at washpost dot com.
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Karla L Miller 17h
Careful the things you say; children will listen 🎶
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Karla L Miller 17h
Follow this thread, including the comments.
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Karla L Miller 17h
My big postpartum accomplishments: successfully broke wind and staggered across the hall to the NICU, grateful I did not need to be camera-ready.
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Mac Prichard Apr 23
This episode of Find Your Dream Job explores how professional dress codes change with the times. Great insights from
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Brigid Schulte Apr 22
New favorite word “procrastivity” - ‘avoiding a high-priority task by engaging in one, usually manual or physical, of far lower importance.’ Oh yeah. Organizing my junk drawer...
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Karla L Miller Apr 22
STORIES PLEASE: If you have a depressing/hilarious/outrageous anecdote that illustrates the difference in status between contractors and regular employees, I'd love to use it in an upcoming column. DM me here or at wpmagazine at washpost dot com.
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Maris Kreizman Apr 21
Be the unlikable female narrator you want to see in the world.
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Karla L Miller Apr 20
“Books.” I remember “books.” They were ... nice, I think?
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Karla L Miller Apr 20
Replying to @kasthomas
“Romance” unfortunately doesn’t power dialysis machines, respirators and NICU equipment.
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Washington Post Jobs Apr 18
Work Advice: Facing termination at a religious nonprofit because of a change of faith: via and
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Karla L Miller Apr 20
Re this week’s column: Not all religious orgs are cut from the same cloth.
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Karla L Miller Apr 19
in full effect because otherwise everyone’s going to want to nom those chubby baby arms
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Karla L Miller Apr 19
ATTENTION CONTRACT WORKERS: Tell me about a workplace experience that highlighted the difference between your status as a contractor and your colleagues' status as regular employees. PM me here or write wpmagazine at washpost dot com
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Karla L Miller Apr 19
4/22 column: Keep the faith, or lose your job. Facing termination at a religious nonprofit
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Avengers’ Funeral Coordinator Apr 17
Adjusted gross income vs what you actually brought home
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