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Zinny Factor Turns One + One Year Anniversary Giveaway!

The 19th of March marked the one-year anniversary of this blog, Zinny Factor and I was so ecstatic. I never imagined I’ll blog this long, I had my doubts and I’m glad to know that I overcame my fears. I just really want to say a big thank you to everyone of you. The support I’ve received just from updating this space on the web has been amazing. I’ve made several friends via the internet and hoping to meet you all someday. I’m extremely excited to know that you love what I’ve been doing, but I know that more has to be done here as well.

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Employers, New Worker, Workplace

6 Reasons why most Workers Hate their Jobs

A couple of weeks back I published a post on why some people love their jobs and almost immediately it made sense to write just the opposite as well: why some people hate theirs.

There are a number of reasons for doing this, but I also believe that if you can point out areas that make you feel miserable at work, then you can make out better plans to address such issues and mitigate unhappiness on your job.

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How to Improve Talent in the Workplace

No doubt, I love human resources and I derive so much joy from writing articles through my experience and things I have encountered or noticed over time.

If you are a young entrepreneur, business owner; small or mid-sized, in the management group, or a fresh recruiter looking out for ways to expand and grow your business, then this post is for you.

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7 Things Great Managers/ Bosses do

So many times I ask myself why some people complain excessively about their jobs. The grass is greener on the other side they say, and they eventually leave for another job. There is a better pay, it’s a bigger organization, they have an office to themselves and a lot of space too, but barely after three months the complaints resume. The cycle goes on and on if they are fortunate enough. Something is definitely amiss. I have always made it my duty to analyze situations and try to provide solutions like I mentioned in this post. I have had times where I complained about previous jobs and to some extent, I humbly believe that the reason is as a result of poor leadership or management.

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