The Secret Of Logistics
Committing a workforce that would increase productivity in your logistics can make your operations more efficient and supply a chain of the goal to your business. Improvements in quality and service are equally important, but productivity is not the only basis on how the distribution of goals are acquired. A company cannot improve productivity in logistics … Read more
Giving Difficult Feedback To Employees
No matter what type of job you apply for, you will always find that the description asks for ‘good communication skills’.
The reason for this is simple, no matter what industry you work it, being able to communicate with your colleagues is vital.
Not matter whether you are a CEO or an apprentice, there are … Read more
The Personalities Of Clients You Will Face
There is nothing quite like working as a freelancer. You get to work with people of all industries, ages and a wide array of personalities. Your success as a freelancer is typically tied to your performance on a project-by-project basis. So, you typically need to follow the lead of your client in order … Read more
Freelancing — No Experience Necessary
Becoming a freelance writer can be daunting. In a way, it’s a leap of faith: when you start freelancing, the financial security you probably had as an employee is gone. Goodbye, steady salary. Goodbye, comfort zone. You’re now at the mercy of the market (which, as we all know, can be moody) and your own … Read more
Better Communication To Break Barriers
In any organization, there is some level of communication barrier where employees find it difficult to interact with each other. It could be intentional or unintentional. Whichever the case, there is a need to know how to deal with communication barriers in the workplace. Below are some of the tips you can apply to bridge … Read more
The Truth Of A Tech Writing Career
If you’re planning to embark on a technical writing career, then this post is for you. The tips provided below can help you jumpstart your career in this field.
When deciding to become a tech writer, you must first realize if this profession is for you. Keep in mind that the salary in … Read more
10 Shocking Stats About Employee Engagement
Do employers hire employees who are already disengaged or do the employees who were hired later become disengaged after working at the company for some time? Obviously, an employee is engaged enough to work on their cover letter, resume, and actually seek out a job pertaining to their interests, and put on some nice … Read more
Moving a Recommendation on LinkedIn
In a prior article, I spoke about one of the most useful features on LinkedIn, the Recommendation, in which a connection of yours, whether it is a friend, a co-worker, a boss, or a client, recommends or endorses you with positive feedback, recognizing you as an individual, and acknowledging your work or your personality. … Read more
Is It Time For A Job Change?
If you are feeling miserable every morning when you have to go to work, or if you are feeling totally disengaged in the workplace, then it might be time for you to start looking for a new job. Sure, the paycheck might be good, but if that’s the only positive things about your … Read more
Is Your Company Customer-Centric?
Being a customer-centric company has become more relevant than ever. The very existence of this concept might sound like an odd one when you really think about it. Isn’t it automatically understandable that all businesses are customer-centric given the fact that this is where the profit comes from?
That may be the case, but there … Read more