A flourishing career with unlimited opportunities for professional growth and self-development- this is what many people dream of. Unfortunately, they unconsciously lead themselves to a permanent career plateau after getting buried in their jobsâ€™ routines. Here are 5 simple tips to help you.
Robots might be something that we think of as highly futuristic but, in fact, they are here with us right now. Just because these robots don’t have faces and aren’t trying to overthrow humanity, the things they can do are still just as impressive and just as amazing and it’s important not to take them for granted.
Amongst all the horrible things that could happen to you at work, the worst is putting up with a devil for the boss. Imagine a boss who takes a go at you just for the fun of it, or a boss who expects his command to be fulfilled, no matter how outlandish it may sound. Here are four such devil incarnations you could be working under.
Some companies still dismiss Emotional Intelligence training, saying such attitudes and habits, which are often formed in childhood, cannot be changed. However, psychologist, author and EI expert Daniel Goleman disagrees. According to Goleman, habits can become hard-wired from the very first instance. Itâ€™s the practice that makes perfect.
Confronting ethical dilemmas is one of the most important elements of being a social worker, and it’s how a social worker handles the question of what is morally right or wrong that most determines their success. No matter what area of social work they specialize in, there are inevitable conflicts between what clients need and their personal rights.
You may not think that you’re the reason your employees keep getting sick, but you just may be. If you aren’t ensuring that your office is a healthy place to work, you could very well be the one to blame for the persistent use of sick time among your employees. If you run a business, keeping your office healthy is easier than you think. Here are five steps that you can take immediately.