How to Pick up New Career Skills with Ease?

Learning new skills in the workplace, or completely making a shift in your career can be a daunting task to take on all at once. You may have the tools, training, books, and resources to completely master a skill, but it is easier said than done. The common statement that humans only use 10% of … Continue reading “How to Pick up New Career Skills with Ease?”

12 Things You Should Never Ever Tell Your Boss

Strict, demanding, ruthless – these are the stereotypical images that flash in everyone’s mind when they think of the word, “boss.” But in today’s setting, especially in workplaces that adapt the “work-play” culture, some bosses choose to cut his/her subordinates some slack and be a little casual. However, that’s not a valid excuse for crossing … Continue reading “12 Things You Should Never Ever Tell Your Boss”

Not Offering These Benefits May Cause You To Lose Top Talent

While you put a lot of energy into finding the ideal candidate for an open position, you might be missing something even more important: retaining and attracting top talent through the benefits that you offer. Just like you’re interviewing qualified candidates to see if they’re a good fit for your company, they are also interviewing … Continue reading “Not Offering These Benefits May Cause You To Lose Top Talent”

Allied Healthcare Jobs And Aged Jobs Opportunities

If you have successfully finished your degree in healthcare and you are currently looking through allied healthcare jobs that will give you fair compensation, both in pay, skills and learned, it is important to look for a workplace that will help you learn more skills that you need in your career and also be able … Continue reading “Allied Healthcare Jobs And Aged Jobs Opportunities”

7 Myths about Multitasking and Its Effectiveness

Multitasking – some people think of it as a being a strength. Essentially, it means that you can direct your attention towards numerous purposes and get positive results every single time. And, to some extent, this might be true: multitasking could bring beneficial results, especially if you want to combat procrastination. Still, you should note … Continue reading “7 Myths about Multitasking and Its Effectiveness”

How to Be a Server with Little to No Experience?

Working as a restaurant server can be a challenging, but rewarding, career choice. Most of the skills you’ll need to succeed will be learned on the job, but if you’re new to the industry, here’s an job overview–plus a few essential do’s and don’ts–that will help get you started. The primary job of a server is to … Continue reading “How to Be a Server with Little to No Experience?”

A Simple Hack to CRUSH Procrastination Each and Every Time

Being a writer often means staring blankly at a white screen. We all know that feeling, of wanting to finish something, but then we look down and see an alert on our phone. Or we look out the window just for a moment, and start thinking about how nice a walk would be. There are … Continue reading “A Simple Hack to CRUSH Procrastination Each and Every Time”

Continuous Improvement; Process And Benefits

A habit that everyone needs to adopt is the habit of improving something continuously. Improve projects, processes and improve as a person. You can improve a project or process and along the way improve yourself, or improve yourself and improve the rest along the way. That means that when you improve, you improve what surrounds … Continue reading “Continuous Improvement; Process And Benefits”