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  • How to Deal with a Hard Worker, a Moaner, and a Lone Wolf

    There are three kinds of employees, namely the hard worker, the moaner, and the lone wolf. The first kind is easy to guess while the definition of the second kind is open to debate. How about the third kind? Employers expect their employees to work hard, yet there are the so-called silent ones who don't get due recognition. Office politics play a major role, which results to dissolution in some cases. Some resort to employee silence, claiming mentality.

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  • Why You're Not Getting the Promotion and Pay You Deserve?

    Are you suffering from impostor syndrome? It's a feeling of inadequacy when in doubt. It has nothing to do with (the lack of) self confidence, not even an obsession with Miles Morales (or Carol Danvers). It's rooted to one's upbringing, which might prompt some to suspect of mistreatment. It's far from that, as it's rather labeling (by parents) or probable role playing during childhood. It's possible for a teenager to be a perfectionist before becoming aware of it. Some are rather oblivious to the reaction (or impression) of other people until it's truly affecting them. Social media should play a major role here, but the office culture is another thing.

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  • Office Survival 101: 5 Ways to Deal with a Moody Boss

    Your boss is Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde in the flesh, and your reaction to the Mr. Hyde side depends on the day. You get upset if it's a Monday, as you want a great start to a working week. You get annoyed and anxious on a Tuesday, wondering why the (working) week won't conclude too soon. You show your stoic expression on a Wednesday, as you remind yourself that it's the middle of the (working) week. The bemused expression on your face suggests that it's a Thursday. And you feign on your lack of awareness. You've been planning your weekend. This pattern can disrupt your (working) rhythm, even sap off your enthusiasm. There's another way of dealing with it.

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  • Employee Satisfaction: Looking Beyond the Dollar Sign

    Employers have different ideas on employee satisfaction. It can be taking team building to the next level, also thinking of creative ways of decorating (or renovating) the office. It should ensure productivity, yet employees might see it differently.

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  • Nov 23rd 2018

    The Step-by-Step Guide to Interviewing a Job Candidate

    Employers believe that the job interview is the most important part of the hiring process, so it's important to understand the logistics of the interview. One of the reasons is the interview process not only takes place in the office and in person (or one-and-one interview between employer/recruiter and potential employee). As of today, most interview processes include the phone, Skype, and panel interview. These three can be convenient for employers/recruiters and potential employees, saving lots of time and money along the way.

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  • Nov 15th 2018

    What Must a Good Workplace Look Like in 2019?

    It's a brave new world, which wouldn't allude to a reading list (from your college days). More and more professionals prefer remote work, and a background check would highlight diversity. Let's see if both could result to a good workplace. The old (working) days are notable for the 9-5 schedule, and a strict adherence to dress code. If you're a fan of "The Office", then you might wonder how employees handle the humdrum. They might have grown with Stan Lee, they may not.

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