Redundancy is perhaps one of the most traumatic events in an employee’s working life. The impact that this has on an employee is far reaching – it does not only affect that employee but it will also affect the morale, motivation and productivity of the employees who ‘survived’.
In today’s world, where everything is becoming digitalised, technology is having an important impact on human interaction and engagement. Don’t get me wrong, I am not demonising technology since thanks to advancement in technology we can save ourselves time by sorting out a number of tasks from one place and one device – whether it’s booking tickets to a show or buying things online, keeping ourselves updated through news portals and improving our communication through social networking sites and video conferencing. We are more connected than ever but yet we still feel disconnected. Why is that?
For the majority of workers, experiencing a bit of job related stress comes as no surprise.
Many individuals thrive on the minor stress that comes from a tight deadline or difficult project, but the presence of excessive stress can often lead to serious mental and physical health difficulties for employees.
Effective leaders remain vigilant for signs of excessive stress in their employees, and offer coping strategies to ensure their success in the workplace.
How to make a good impression during the first interview?
The body language is a type of nonverbal communication and it is a physical behaviour, often opposed to words. This code is used to express a lot of information about yourself and includes facial expressions, body posture, gestures, eye movement, touch and the use of space.
Starting a new job is very exciting. Then, you start thinking things like: what should I do? Am I doing a good job? Should I bother my boss frequently with questions? Do not worry; you can put your mind at rest as this is very normal. There is always a sense of awkwardness when starting a new job.
“The best way to adapt to a world that is ever changing is to think in terms of a business model. (…) Consider yourself as a company created by only one person – you.” – Tim Clark, author of “Business Model You”
When you decide to improve your job position, you need to think in terms of personal growth.
To be happy at work one should be successful at work. Is it really so?
The search for a job is a delicate phase of life and it is quite often stressful and characterized by some negative emotions. This is especially true for people who are looking for iGaming jobs because the field they want to be in is very competitive. But the good news is that it is a precious period which can be transformed in a useful and constructive path for your personal and professional identity.
‘A victory or a triumph’ according to Google, and according to our families, ‘Getting a raise or passing all of your exams’. What is success to you and what if what Google, or what your family says, doesn’t align with your own meaning of success?
“What is success? I think it is a mixture of having a flair for the thing that you are doing; knowing that it is not enough, that you have got to have hard work and a certain sense of purpose.” – Margaret Thatcher
Improvement is one of the key factors when considering one’s work life, a necessity to grow personally and professionally whilst enhancing opportunities, skills, remuneration and work environment.