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Quality Leaders Should Have These 3 Traits

“Leaders have strong impact on people’s lives. They are a role model and someone who can shape other people to be better. No matter in what field they work in, they should always give kind and good examples to his followers.” – HRinAsia Workforces are changing from time to time. Amidst the tightening talent market, […]

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March 21, 20191:02 pm
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Why Your Employees Need a Healthy Work-Life Balance

Amidst heightened competition in the job market, workers all over the world are pushing themselves to be the best of the best in order to prove that they have what it takes to make it to the top. It is no secret that everyone wants to be as successful as they possibly can, but are […]

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March 20, 20199:53 am
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How to Better Workplace Ally to Colleague with Down Syndrome

A study on “Ticket to Work” aiming to support and minimise long-term disadvantage of Down syndrome individual transition from school to work showed that many communities want to establish their own local employment for individual with Down syndrome. It is explained in the study that many communities were willing to provide support, accreditation, resources, strategies, […]

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March 19, 20199:48 am
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Workplace Sensitivity Training for Employees

“Training is as essential as everything you need to build a successful company. If your employees work peacefully, they will likely to be more productive and happy. That’s why, workplace sensitivity is needed to be applied.” – HRinAsia What is workplace sensitivity training? Orin Davis, a business advisor and trainer, defines sensitivity training as a […]

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March 18, 20191:43 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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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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One Important Outcome You Should Achieve at a Client Meeting

“The effort you put to meet your client in person is one of priorities you should do with heavy workloads and little time.” – HRinAsia Face-to-face meeting is a valuable and effective way of communicating with prospective clients. Kier Thomas-Bryant, small business and accountant expert at Sage, said there are so much you can achieve […]

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March 14, 201910:02 am
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A Must-Try Icebreaker Ideas for Your Next Meeting

Get Involved UK defines icebreaker as an effective way to warm up a cold meeting. It can be used to reinforce the topic discussed in the session and ensure that participants enjoy their interaction. Icebreaker is also useful to warm up conversation and build employee interaction as “it might help participants develop meeting leadership skills […]

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March 13, 201912:41 pm
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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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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