Let’s all be honest here, “surviving” a workplace meeting can be pretty difficult and we all have different ways of going into combat. So, this week’s Friday Fun infographic is all about the different ways we, as employees, go about it (I’m definitely Susan!). Check it out and tell us which persona is you! Happy Friday!Read more
To improve work-life balance, many people are opting to work from home. But the questions remain, is working from home actually a good decision and should your employees work from home? Well, this week’s Friday Fun is sure to help you with this handy dandy little flow chart. Check it out and let us know what you think! Happy Friday!Read more
Some elements of the workplace can be frustrating (especially #3 on the list!). But we can all share in these frustrations together with this week’s Friday Fun infographic about the Top 10 most frustrating things in the office. Just remember to keep smiling, it’s Friday!Read more
LinkedIn is a great tool for all sorts of business related activities. It’s widely known for networking and you can also find a lot of really useful articles and tips on there. But if you’re making mistakes with your profile, chances are you’re not getting all it’s worth. So we’ve put together a little list of LinkedIn etiquette. Here are 8 dos and don’ts to help you out.
1. Show what you do
It’s great to talk about the company you work for and all the greatRead more
The job interview can be a stressful time. The process can feel drawn-out and intimidating. However, there are a lot of things that a candidate can do in order to prepare a head of time that will alleviate a lot of the stress. Here are 7 tips to help you in your next job interview.
1. Do research on the company
Check out the company website, LinkedIn, or just do a Google search. Always try to learn as much as possible about the company’s industry.
2. Clean up your resume
Having a resume thatRead more
A while back, I read an article about how insecurities (not confidence) can actually contribute to success. Feel free to check out the article yourself, but the gist is exactly what the title implies — how confidence doesn’t necessarily guarantee success like we’ve always thought.
The article is based on a book called, Confidence: Overcoming Low Self-Esteem, Insecurity, and Self-Doubt by Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic. Basically, the idea behind the book is that low self-esteem is actually helpful because it enables us to learn more. Who would have thought?
I’ve never been a fan of theRead more