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Amazon’s Dog Park: Should Your Company Have One Too?

“Pets in workplace create benefits for employers and employees alike.” – USC Dornsife Dedicating most of your time to finish project, conduct meetings, solve problems, or complete other demanding tasks can be overwhelming and cause unnecessary stress, and stress often impacts negatively to overall organisational health. Fortunately, there are plenty methods to reduce, even eliminate, […]

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March 20, 20192:02 pm
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How to Support Employees with Disabilities in Your Company

Lauren Dixon, journalist at Talent Econ, stated that since 1990, individuals with disabilities act has prohibited discrimination against the disabled in public spaces, including at work. This means that people with disability should be given equal employment opportunity as the others. However, statistics say otherwise as disabled working-age group face jobless rates are much higher […]

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March 18, 20199:36 am
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Long-Term Incentive Compensation for Private Company

According to Investopedia, “Long-term incentive (LTI) is a reward system designed to improve employees’ long-term performance by providing rewards that might not be tied to the company’s share price.” This reward plan is designed to reward employee, especially executives, for achievements in terms of company’s strategic objectives that will maximise shareholder value. Additionally, long-term incentive […]

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March 15, 20193:40 pm
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Decent Work Agenda: ILO’s Study on Microfinance to Fight Poverty

Investopedia defines microfinance as a type of banking service provided to unemployed or low-income individuals or groups who have no other access to financial service. The goal of microfinance is to give improvised people an opportunity to become self-sufficient. Moreover, Stella Dawson, head of communication at Consultative Group, reports that microfinance (microcredit) is panacea for […]

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March 15, 20199:56 am
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Do Less Give You More Energy (Adapting the 4-Day Working Week)

Perpetual Guardian has released its white paper on the trial of a four-day working week which was applied at some offices in New Zealand. The trial started an eight-week that involved all 240 staff around New Zealand and sought to test productivity, motivation, and output by changing the work model to give every staff a […]

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March 11, 20191:24 pm
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5 Effective Tips on How to Schedule Your Timetable

“Time is free, but it’s priceless. You can’t own it, but you can use it. You can’t keep it, but you can spend it. Once you’ve lost it, you can never get it back.” – Harvey Mackay From what Mackay said, it implies that time is the only essential element that could either make or […]

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March 11, 20199:54 am
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How to NOT Bring Your Bad Day at Work to Home

“It is about creating a space to transition from your work self to your home self” – Adam Fraser The American Institute of Stress shows that “job stress” is far and away major source of stress for working adults that it has escalated progressively over past few decades. It is said that having little control […]

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March 8, 20199:31 am
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Malaysian Employers Can Fire Employees Found Submitting Fake Degrees

Employees found to summit fake degrees to their employers can be fired, said Malaysian Employers Federation executive director Datuk Shamsuddin Bardan. In a statement, Mr. Shamsuddin revealed that if an employee is found guilty of handing out fake degree to gain employment or promotion, the normal punishment is dismissal as such an offence is considered […]

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March 7, 20199:42 pm
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Zero Waste in Office: Reduce and Reuse BEFORE Recycling

“Zero waste aims to send nothing to a landfill. We reduce what we need, reuse as much as we can, send little to be recycled, and compost what we cannot” – Going Zero Waste The World Bank.org noted that East Asia is producing waste faster than any other region in the world. There are eight […]

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March 6, 20191:12 pm
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One-on-Ones Practice to Develop Managers to be Better Leaders

Brianna Hansen, a content marketing manager at Wrike, described one-on-ones practice as a trust building relationship amongst team at an individual level practiced by devoting time to listen to individual concerns and helping them grow to reach their personal objectives. Thus, instead of treated it as an open-ended office hours for teams to come in […]

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March 5, 20191:06 pm