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4 Tips To Achieving Study and Work Balance

By: Katelyn Duong   Long gone are the days when you were just high-schoolers, doing nothing but study for half of the day, and spend the other half in complete enjoyment. Without a doubt, the more you grow, the more responsibility stacks up on your shoulder. It can be...

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Employee Appreciation Ideas

By: Tiina Huovinen   Employee appreciation refers to all the nice and enjoyable things managers arrange to the employees to thank them for their contribution to the company. Employee appreciation brings joy and good mood. Employee appreciation can be expressed in many...

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Competing With Yourself

By: Emily Butenko     It’s obvious where the constant desire to compete with others comes from. Since the beginning of times, the evolution and the way our society has shaped itself had us in a constant competition with our peers. Children are put in a position where...

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The 3 Keys For an Online Interview

By: Như Nguyên     According to a report conducted by OfficeTeam, in 2012, there were more than 63% of Human Resource Managers saying that they interviewed job candidates via video. This was a dramatic increase of video interview usage comparing with its rate in 2011,...

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How To Improve Employee Engagement

By: Tiina Huovinen     Drivers of employee engagement In today’s world, the business environment is constantly on the move. Active, engaged employees are a vital asset to their company on the market that is forcing organizations to adapt to sudden changes. But how to...

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4 Things You Get From Hiring Interns

By: Elizaveta Vasiukova   After getting a solid theoretical background in universities, students are eager to apply it in real working life. An Internship is a starting point in a student’s career journey, an opportunity to gain experience and new skills. How can...

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Employee Engagement: What It Is And Why It’s Important

By: Tiina Huovinen   According to Wikipedia, employee engagement is "a property of the relationship between an organization and its employees. An 'engaged employee' is defined as one who is fully absorbed by and enthusiastic about their work and so takes positive...

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5 Things Every Business Should Know About Generation Z

By: Liesbeth Swart   You may already know that the current workforce consists of three generations - the baby boomers, generation X and Generation Y, the latter, also sometimes known as the Millennials, are by far the largest generation taking up the labor pool. All...

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4 Tips To Achieving Study and Work Balance

By: Katelyn Duong   Long gone are the days when you were just high-schoolers, doing nothing but study for half of the day, and spend the other half in complete enjoyment. Without a doubt, the more you grow, the more responsibility stacks up on your shoulder. It can be...

read more

Employee Appreciation Ideas

By: Tiina Huovinen   Employee appreciation refers to all the nice and enjoyable things managers arrange to the employees to thank them for their contribution to the company. Employee appreciation brings joy and good mood. Employee appreciation can be expressed in many...

read more

Competing With Yourself

By: Emily Butenko     It’s obvious where the constant desire to compete with others comes from. Since the beginning of times, the evolution and the way our society has shaped itself had us in a constant competition with our peers. Children are put in a position where...

read more

The 3 Keys For an Online Interview

By: Như Nguyên     According to a report conducted by OfficeTeam, in 2012, there were more than 63% of Human Resource Managers saying that they interviewed job candidates via video. This was a dramatic increase of video interview usage comparing with its rate in 2011,...

read more

How To Improve Employee Engagement

By: Tiina Huovinen     Drivers of employee engagement In today’s world, the business environment is constantly on the move. Active, engaged employees are a vital asset to their company on the market that is forcing organizations to adapt to sudden changes. But how to...

read more

4 Things You Get From Hiring Interns

By: Elizaveta Vasiukova   After getting a solid theoretical background in universities, students are eager to apply it in real working life. An Internship is a starting point in a student’s career journey, an opportunity to gain experience and new skills. How can...

read more

Employee Engagement: What It Is And Why It’s Important

By: Tiina Huovinen   According to Wikipedia, employee engagement is "a property of the relationship between an organization and its employees. An 'engaged employee' is defined as one who is fully absorbed by and enthusiastic about their work and so takes positive...

read more

5 Things Every Business Should Know About Generation Z

By: Liesbeth Swart   You may already know that the current workforce consists of three generations - the baby boomers, generation X and Generation Y, the latter, also sometimes known as the Millennials, are by far the largest generation taking up the labor pool. All...

read more