The Favorite Business Books Of Iconic Female Entrepreneurs

No matter where you are in your career, there is always an opportunity to learn more. While you might not be available to take extra classes at the weekend, or spend a fortune on an expensive certification program, there’s one tried-and-true solution for sharpening your mind. Reading. The benefits of reading are well-documented, and actually … Continue reading “The Favorite Business Books Of Iconic Female Entrepreneurs”

3 Ways to Stand Out as an Intern

Whether you’re just starting out in your career, or have decided to pursue a new direction work wise, it is important to get as much experience and knowledge as you can, as soon as you can. A great way to go about doing this, and to also get your foot in the door at companies you’d … Continue reading “3 Ways to Stand Out as an Intern”

Why Remote Work Matters for Your Company?

As a business owner, manager, or supervisor, you likely know about or have heard of remote work. It allows employees to work from home—or a coffee shop, co-working space, restaurant, etc.—either part-time or full-time. In the past, this kind of work was hard to achieve, but today’s internet connectivity and technology make it easier to … Continue reading “Why Remote Work Matters for Your Company?”

Why Training is the Answer to Employee Attrition Problem

Many people consider scoring a job and job-satisfaction as the same things; however, this is a grave misunderstanding. A multitude of factors influence job satisfaction, such as compensation, working conditions, bonding with co-workers but perhaps the most important factor is opportunities for advancement and learning. Most companies are embracing the modern trend of training on … Continue reading “Why Training is the Answer to Employee Attrition Problem”

How To Conquer Your Fear Of Failure?

Even the most courageous people confess that even they have fears. If they seem not to be afraid of spiders or height, it does not matter that they do not have any psychological fears or phobias. Fear of failure comes into our life as soon as we gain life experience. Look at children: they have … Continue reading “How To Conquer Your Fear Of Failure?”

What to Do When Your Job Doesn’t Fit Your Personality?

Perhaps you’re a recent college grad, a few months into a new career. Perhaps you’ve been plugging away at your company for a decade or more. But something isn’t right. You feel drained at the end of the day–more than normal post-work tiredness. You’re anxious. The start of the weekend, for you, means a slow … Continue reading “What to Do When Your Job Doesn’t Fit Your Personality?”

The Art of Saying “No” at Work

It’s hard to say “no” to someone you work with. You never know when you might need someone’s help or someone to cover for you while you sneak out to go home or somewhere else important. However, accepting to help someone else can have drastic effects on the way people perceive you at work. There … Continue reading “The Art of Saying “No” at Work”

The Telecommuter’s Guide to Staying Sane

Telecommuting is a progressively popular work preference in many businesses and industries, and its usage is expected to increase in the future because of new innovations in computer and communication technology. It is a practice in which an employee works at a location, usually at home, that is remote from the actual business facility at … Continue reading “The Telecommuter’s Guide to Staying Sane”