Employees

Here’s the thing: When your employees are successful, you’re successful too. That means that when you have an employee who is setting and reaching goals, this has a trickle-down effect. Then your business can reach goals as well! Or more accurately, your employees can help...

Call it pleasant, easy going, or affable, but whatever word you choose, employees and employers work together best when they get along well and like each other. We hear a lot about the need for proper skills for getting a job, or how important it is that you have experience and knowledge in certain areas. For example, the need for certain tech skills or experience in certain computer-related abilities. But at some point, we also have to address the importance of being a likable employee who an employer wants to have on the team and who is viewed as a pleasant facing asset to put in front of customers. Here are some of the top attributes that likable employees share: employee

If you want to get ahead in your job, you have to stay ahead in every way, especially when it comes to learning and developing your skills. With the fast-paced changes in industries thanks to the ability of businesses to connect on a global scale, you can’t afford to fall behind on the latest trends, information, and technology when it comes to your career. Consider these advantages to staying up to date in your field and pursuing the proper further education: education

For many of us, the classic 9-5 job life at the office is alluring:
  • you have your evenings and weekends free
  • you get to leave work and go home when the five o’clock rolls around
  • the job comes with vacation, holiday, and health benefits
  • and a paycheck
However, this working style can be stressful if it’s not the right fit for you. Here are some things to watch for to indicate that you might need a different type of working environment: job

Whether you have recently resigned, or you're simply coming to the end of your job contract, leaving a workplace comes with a few formalities you should be aware of. One of those is often the exit interview.  And while you may not be interested in talking too much about your looming last day of work, there are several reasons why the exit interview is important. exit interview

Sometimes the reason you should be leaving your job is related to your personal development and growth, or your personal well-being. Other times it is related to external influences such as the team or work culture. Here are a few ways to know if it might be the right time to move on. job

The increasing amount of work performed online and the quick advancement of technology in the workplace means it is becoming simpler than ever to stay behind a screen. Interaction with your boss happens via email and instant message at the office, you text your co-workers and colleagues, and orders from clients come through your online ordering platform. Despite all of this, if you want to move up in your career, honing your professional communication skills is a critical step. Here’s what you need to focus on: communication