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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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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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Greening with Jobs: Report on Employment and Social Outlooks

In recent decades, population all over the world has contributed to environmental damage. UNEP reported that since 1970s, we have used more resources than could be regenerated by nature and produced more waste while emitting more greenhouse gasses. As the result of rapid population growth and toxic gasses worsened with current development models and economic […]

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March 19, 20191:40 pm
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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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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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Energy consumption Affects Employment and Recession

ILO data on employment and unemployment in Asia-Pacific revealed that unemployment rates are high in Southern Asia and Eastern Asia, but only in Eastern Asia is the rate projected to increase slightly by 2020. In Asia-Pacific, the unemployed individual remains lowest at 4.1 percent, while the global rate is expected to decrease by 0.1 percentage […]

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March 13, 201912:25 pm
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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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Why Feedbacks from Boss or Co-worker are NOT “Always” Effective

“Without feedback, you are walking blind. At best, you will accidentally reach your goal. At worst, you will wander aimlessly through the dark, never reaching your destination” – Office of Personnel Management, US As mentioned in a survey conducted by Snap Surveys, feedback is defined as “helpful information or criticism about prior action or behaviour […]

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March 8, 201911:49 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