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6 Awesome Facts That Nobody Told You About Nursing

It takes a very particular person to become a nurse and that should be facts! Or what do you think? Like many professions that require devotion to the well being of others, it’s more than just a job.

It’s a calling. You may be in your youth, looking for a path to travel, and an avenue through which you can grow in your knowledge and skills.

If so, nursing can give you the development and training that you need to enjoy a lucrative and thoroughly rewarding career. Or perhaps you are well into your career but don’t find it as rewarding or meaningful as you had once hoped and think that it’s better to be at the bottom of a ladder you want to climb than half way up one that you don’t.

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Employee's Workplace, New Worker

Why Nursing Homes Need You

With an aging population, nursing homes are becoming much more popular with the elderly.

They are the perfect location for proper care and attention as well as ensuring the safety of their residents. But, this business is not like any other and, more than anything, they rely on their staff to provide an excellent service.

So why do nursing homes need you?

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Successful Woman Strength
Employee's Workplace, Entrepreneur's Workplace, New Worker

To Be a Successful Career Woman, Play To Your Strengths

*This article first appeared on The Guardian Nigeria.

Women have for a long time had multi-faceted roles to play in the society. This has also affected their role in the work environment. Most women are torn between being a career woman or homemaker which might seem difficult.

This to an extent affects many women who then bring in emotions into their work life and go through the challenge of growing in their choice of career.

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Employee's Workplace, New Worker

A Guide For Surviving Your First Year As A Doctor

If you’re a doctor, we’re sure that you didn’t get into the profession because you thought it was going to be an easy, smooth ride.

Still, even by the levels of your expectation, you might find that your first year as a fully-fledged doctor is pretty difficult, no matter how many years of training you’ve gone through in the run-up to this moment.

But fear not, because if you’ve made it through everything else so far, then you’re going to make it through this – or at least you will if you follow the tips we offer below.  

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Employee's Workplace, New Worker

7 Ways To Move Forward In Your Career

If you want to progress your career, then there are several things that you can do. Each of them requires time, dedication and patience. However, if you work at it then you will be able to move forward in your career.

You might want to progress for several reasons and that is totally okay. It could be the culture you want to change. It could be that you want more responsibilities or a change of responsibilities. It might be for any reason, but if this is your present situation, here are several ways that you can move forward in your career.

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Valentine's Day at Work
Employee's Workplace, New Worker

Forget The Past, Try This At Work For Valentine’s Day!

Valentine’s day is here again. A few days ago, I read somewhere online of a brawl that occurred at work due to a secret relationship going on between three workers. A guy was supposedly cheating on two other coworkers and no one in the office had a clue of what was going on.

Apparently, it was intense and shoes, tables, and cups were flying in the air. Now I’m wondering why I didn’t save that article somewhere so that I can link it to this post.

Silly me!

This is the year for women. Many women are finally speaking up on sexual harassment/ violence that they might have witnessed at work. 

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Moving into Management: How to Get There
Employee's Workplace, New Worker

Moving Into Management: How To Get There

Getting your first management role can be tough. Breaking into such role or position means you need to stand out from everyone else and this is not as easy as it appears. There are only so many management positions available and, although not everyone wants them, there’s still more competition at a more senior level.

If you think you’re ready for a management role, you might need to consider a few ways to get there.

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How To Be More Confident In The Workplace

Being confident in the workplace is important for a number of different reasons. By being confident, you will achieve more. You won’t second guess your decisions, and you will put yourself in positions to excel.

You will take advantage of opportunities that come your way, you will gain the respect of your peers, your ideas will be listened to and respected, and you will find yourself getting noticed by management, which can fast track your career. Sounds good, right?

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Employee's Workplace, New Worker

Landing A Job Despite Having Bad Credit

Oh yes – a poor credit rating can affect your chances of securing a job. Just ask the one in ten people who told a Demos survey that’s why they didn’t get a job. And, if you think they are over exaggerating, another study found that nearly 50% of employers conducted a credit check.

Why on earth would they do that if an applicant’s rating had no bearing on the decision process? Still, the good news is that you can beat the system in spite of this unfair barrier to employment.

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