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Will Workplace Bullying Result to PTSD?

“Bullying builds a character like nuclear waste creates superheroes. It’s a rare occurrence and often does much more damage than endowment.” – Zack W. Van Duncan McKinnon, MSc Psychology & Physiology at the Open University, said that bullying takes many different forms, including continuous, direct and verbal, physical violence, or silent psychological treatment. What makes […]

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May 20, 20191:49 pm
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The Signs of Ageism & How to Handle It

Ageism is a tendency to negatively stereotype older adults or to display prejudice against elderly. It can take on many forms and practices, such as discrimination against people simply because they are older. Several studies indicated that ageism is a widespread and cross-culture social problem. Not only occurs in the workplace settings, ageism can be […]

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May 16, 20192:33 pm
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Types & Reasons Why Employee Transfer is Needed

“Research indicates that workers have three prime needs: interesting work, recognition for doing a good job, and being let in on things that are going on in the company.” – Zig Ziglar Employee appreciation can be given in many forms. Among them is letting your employees experience working in every department within your organisation. In […]

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May 14, 20191:59 pm
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Advice on Promoting Remote Employees – Conversation with David Grainger

A promotion is a sign of the 3 critical S’s: sincerity, sacrifice, and success. It is one of the necessary ingredients for company success. A study by Project Topics emphasised that promotion is a must-do in the company as a form of employee recognition. Not only it increases healthy competition among team members, but promotion is also […]

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May 14, 201910:52 am
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Why Humour in the Workplace is Important & Needed

Sometimes we laugh at a funny behaviour our workmates do, or we laugh at our silly mistakes. Whatever it is, laughter is good. It can brighten up the mood around you. Leslie Rose wrote in her seminar letter that humour can lighten up our day. It can build a healthy relationship, trust, and cooperation. In […]

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May 13, 201912:58 pm
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How to Ask for a Location Transfer to Your Manager

You love your job, but you also want a new working environment. If your company’s branch offices are located out of town or even abroad, then asking for a location transfer could be a good option. Agnes Hussherr and Anne Donovan reported that nearly half (45 percent) employees want some changes in their career, with […]

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May 10, 20192:08 pm
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Types of Manager Employees Want to Collaborate With

Gallup survey found that manager accounts for 70 percent of variance in employee engagement across business units. It means that managers play key role when it comes to retaining key performers in the industry. However, according to Gallup, one in two respondents had left their job to get away from their manager. Among the most […]

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May 9, 20199:46 am
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A Simple Way to Appreciate Multigenerational Workforce

Multigenerational workforce is hardly a foreign concept nowadays. Regardless of where you live or what company you work at, there will always be a shift in the workforce. Older and younger generation are growing at the same time in the same workplace. According to Working Knowledge on HBR, in most workplaces today, we work side […]

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May 8, 20193:31 pm
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Actions You Could Take to Help Your “Snail” Employee

Bill Gates once said “I choose a lazy person to do a hard job, because a lazy person will find an easy way to do it.” Do you agree? While lazy or snail-ish employees might be able to find an easy way to get their job done, it does not mean they are good for […]

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May 8, 201910:05 am
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Baby Cube to Improve Wellbeing at the Workplace

Poor working environment can lead to stress. When employees feel stressed and overwhelmed at work, chances are, they will not be as productive as when they are happy and healthy. If left unaddressed, the workforce’s declining productivity could lead to hampering performance and poor business revenue that later will affect your company’s sustainability. Various researches […]

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May 7, 20192:42 pm