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Month: May 2018

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Tips for your first day at your new job

Wednesday, May 30th, 2018

Making a good impression with your boss and your co-workers is vital on the first day of a new job.   Research has shown that it can take less than a second for a person to form an opinion of you based on your physical appearance, body language, attitude, clothes and mannerisms.   Human beings [Read more…]

A to Z of Tech Lingo (A – G)

Tuesday, May 29th, 2018

The world of tech can be a confusing place full of complicated terms and theories. Are you new to the world of tech? Or do you just want to be informed about what’s going on? After all, advances in technology affect all of us.   This is the first article in a series where we [Read more…]

How to balance taking a course with your job

Friday, May 25th, 2018

Taking a professional course can bring huge benefits to your career:   1. Learning throughout your career can put you in an excellent position to fill skills gap in the marketplace. A 2013 study indicated that 85% of hiring managers said applicants don’t have the skills they’re looking for, so adding to your qualifications can put [Read more…]

Life Skills: How to get a good credit score

Monday, May 21st, 2018

This article is the fourth in a series about managing finances for beginners. You’ve already learnt how to easily set up and stick to a budget, how to get rid of debt and how to borrow money sensibly. Read on to learn about credit scores and how to make sure you have a good one. [Read more…]

Career Guide: Travel & Tourism

Friday, May 11th, 2018

Working in the Travel & Tourism industry can bring a whole host of exciting opportunities. You could find yourself travelling abroad on a daily basis, working internationally or meeting people from all over the world when they visit your home country.   “According to the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), the industry already is responsible for [Read more…]

6 ways to make your workplace greener

Thursday, May 3rd, 2018

Want to make your office a more eco-friendly environment? More and more businesses are adopting greener policies. Find out what you could be doing – it’s easier than you might think. 1. Unplug – save electricity by unplugging everything at the end of the day. During the day, only turn on things like photocopiers, scanners, [Read more…]

Workplace problems: lack of employee training

Tuesday, May 1st, 2018

Richard Branson famously said once: “Train people well enough so they can leave, treat them well enough so they don’t want to.”   A lack of employee training can lead to significantly negative side effects for the workplace and the overall business. Here are just some of them:   Low morale Most employees like to [Read more…]

Tricks to stop spending all of your time on email

Tuesday, May 1st, 2018

If you’re an office worker, you may find it unsurprising that we spend an average of 4.1 hours a day checking work emails – that’s more than 20 hours a week and more that 1000 hours a year.   All that time spent reading, replying, scrolling, forwarding, CCing and crafting those perfectly worded emails is [Read more…]

Should you go back to college? Things to consider

Tuesday, May 1st, 2018

Studying as an adult can bring you enormous benefits, whether you want to change your career, gain skills to get that promotion or learn something that interests you just for the fun of it. Going back to college could lead to:   Improvements in physical and mental well-being Increased confidence and positive attitude Career progression General life satisfaction [Read more…]

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