Employee’s Workplace
Employee's Workplace, New Worker

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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Employee's Workplace, Entrepreneur's Workplace, Inspiration

Take A New Career Path In 2018

People usually think of the new year new me saying as changing things about their physical selves or lifestyle. For example, the most common one to change is diet or fitness. But, at the same time these are both the hardest things to change.

So why not make your new year’s resolution one that is easy to stick to, and actually will dramatically change your life. A career change. There’s no point being stuck in a career you’re not happy in, so you might as well make arrangements to find a new career.

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Employee's Workplace, Entrepreneur's Workplace

The Changing Job Market: What Your Employer Thinks About You

Over time, one thing that has been understood about the job market and workplace, in general, is that many people are in fear. Fear of losing their jobs. The fear of not being good enough for a job or being incompetent.

There is also the fear of failing to meet deadlines. Fear of asking for a raise or a promotion. And if you’re an employee, sometimes the fear of what your employer thinks about you.

The job market is fierce and in this day and age, competition has never been greater. Businesses are evolving due to the changes in multiple technologies and the huge internet penetration.

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Employee's Workplace, New Worker

Attention Healthcare Workers! Here’s How You Can Make Your Job Less Stressful

Working in the healthcare sector is hard no matter where you live. There are brilliant healthcare services that benefit people and ensures we don’t have to pay ridiculous amounts of money for basic health treatments.

The flip side of this is that it’s very demanding on healthcare workers. They’re often underpaid, have staff shortages, and work unbelievably long hours.

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Employee's Workplace, New Worker

Side-Skills: Easy Ways To Boost Your Resume

Trying to get a job in the modern world is often a very scary endeavor. From the very beginning, it will be apparent that competition is rife, and you’re going to have to do a lot to impress the employers available to you.

There are a lot of candidates for most of the roles you’ll be applying for, making it hard to feel confident, but it doesn’t have to be this way. Instead, with the right effort, you can boost your resume, giving yourself an edge in this cut-throat arena, and this post is going to show you how to achieve it this year.

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Immigrant's Story
Employee's Workplace, Entrepreneur's Workplace, The Immigrant Worker

The Changing Job Market: An Immigrant’s Story

While contemplating becoming an immigrant in Canada, I decided to move for several reasons and if I’m being honest, I had to consider whether my career will still be in line. 

Thankfully, I was already certain that I didn’t want to go ahead with practicing law so that was out of the way – no need for re-evaluation, articulation, re-examination, re-qualification and believe me, I was excited.

But choosing a career also bothered me a great deal. I didn’t want to start one that I will detest, another life where I feel trapped in a career that I didn’t enjoy and I knew would dwindle in the long run. One where I felt like I wasn’t making use of my passions and talents.

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