How to Dress For a Job Interview

Now that you’ve tossed the graduation cap into the air and the diplomas have been collected, it’s time to face the job hunt. After all the preparation you’ve put in (searching for open positions, and updating your resume), the last step is figuring out the best way to present yourself to a potential employer. Job … Continue reading “How to Dress For a Job Interview”

Want A Career Change With A Twist?

We all dream of being able to break out of our humdrum, everyday careers from time to time. But, for a lot of people, the thing that stops them from taking the leap is the idea that, no matter where they go, things are going to be the same. That every just has the same … Continue reading “Want A Career Change With A Twist?”

Your First Steps Into A Successful Event Management Career

Looking for new adventures that drift from the conventional 9-5 work shift? Perhaps there’s room for your talent in a creative but yet managerial field as Event Manager. Aside from just picking food and décor for different clients, Event Management as a career has many interesting aspects to consider that will make our route for … Continue reading “Your First Steps Into A Successful Event Management Career”

5 Mistakes That Could Ruin Your Job Interview

A job interview is usually an opportunity given to shortlisted candidates for a certain post to prove to the recruiter that they are the best for the position. However, one can make these 5 mistakes that can turn the chance into a nightmare. 1. Inadequate Preparation The best way to be sure of sailing through … Continue reading “5 Mistakes That Could Ruin Your Job Interview”

Employee Motivation Tactics that Work

Methods of motivation come in many shapes, forms, colors, creeds– perhaps not creeds, necessarily, but by the end of any motivational speech, ideally your team will be spirited enough that they’re prepared to enter into a group blood-pact to achieve it. Breach of HR conduct and safety aside, there’s nothing more fortified than a group … Continue reading “Employee Motivation Tactics that Work”

How To Balance Your Work And Personal Life

With the advent of technology this past couple of years, the line between work and personal life has become blurred. Whether it’s putting in extra hours, using the smartphone to always be on call or constantly responding to company emails, people seem to have either transferred some of their work activities home or simply started … Continue reading “How To Balance Your Work And Personal Life”

Can Leadership Skills Be Learned Or Taught Or Is It Just Inborn

Photo Credit – Pexels.com There is always a debate on whether leadership skills are intrinsic (inborn) or learned from experiences or acquired through learning. This article will try to prove the point that leadership skills can also be learned or taught, when the right philosophy and training is provided. “A great leader…” ”He was born … Continue reading “Can Leadership Skills Be Learned Or Taught Or Is It Just Inborn”

4 Shocking Causes of Low Levels of Productivity At Work

Everyone strives to be productive at work. However, there are times when levels of productivity are very low. Why is this? I’ve got four shocking causes of unproductive workers listed down below: 1. The Temperature It doesn’t take much to make some less productive than they should be. And, this point is a great example … Continue reading “4 Shocking Causes of Low Levels of Productivity At Work”

12 Tips To Making a Great Impression at The First Day of Your New Job

The first day of your new job is here, and I’m sure you’re feeling the nerves by now! But relax! As long as you know what to do, the first day of the job should be relatively easy! You won’t be asked to do anything too strenuous, and the day should go relatively quickly as … Continue reading “12 Tips To Making a Great Impression at The First Day of Your New Job”

Understanding Your Responsibilities as an Employer

When you’re the owner of a business, everyone who works for that business is your responsibility. Most people know this at least superficially, but an alarming number of people really don’t appreciate the importance of this. When people are obliged to work for you, especially in a specific location, you are obliged to look after … Continue reading “Understanding Your Responsibilities as an Employer”