How To Gain Work Experience When You are a New Immigrant

When I relocated to Canada, one of my major challenges with getting a job was my lack of Canadian...

When The Path To Following Your Dreams Feels Lonely

Walking home on my way after work a few weeks ago, a little lonely, I couldn’t help but hum...

That Love-Hate Relationship of the 9-5

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11 Interesting type of Co-workers you'll find in every Office

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The Immigrant Worker
How To Gain Work Experience When You are a New Immigrant
Inspiration
When The Path To Following Your Dreams Feels Lonely
Employee's Workplace, New Worker
That Love-Hate Relationship of the 9-5
The Workaholic Series
11 Interesting type of Co-workers you'll find in every Office
Employee's Workplace, New Worker
The Secrets to Overcoming Impostor Syndrome
Emotoionally Prepare for Winter - Zinny Factor
Employee's Workplace, Entrepreneur's Workplace, Inspiration

How To Emotionally Prepare For Colder Months As A Worker

The weather is gradually changing and even though I’m not all for it, I realize that nature will take its course. For the time being, I’m still enjoying the weather and rocking lighter clothes while it lasts!

I have a colleague who is in love with Winter and loves it when it snows! Alright, to be fair, it’s usually much warmer when it snows anyway. However, if you are like me, who isn’t in love with colder months then you have to emotionally brace yourself up for what is to come.

Confession time: I don’t like that I have to layer up in countless clothes so that I feel somewhat warm. Or that after I’ve worn hundreds of clothes, I feel heavy and it takes so much time! I certainly don’t like the wind and freezing rain and never enjoyed the days when I had to shovel snow.

Pheeeew! It felt good to clear that out.

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Working Overseas - Zinny Factor
New Worker, The Immigrant Worker

Breaking The Barriers To Working Overseas

Working overseas is more than an opportunity to get paid while you vacation. It’s a chance to get a much deeper travel experience, to know another way of life, and to meet a whole cast of characters that can enrich your life.

However, it’s not as easy as some might imagine it to be. It can turn into an unmitigated disaster for the ill-prepared. Let’s take the time to figure out what you need to know and do before you take the plunge.

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Recruitment and Employers to Attract Candidate - Zinny Factor
Entrepreneur's Workplace

How Recruitment Is Changing And What Businesses Should Do To Attract Top Candidates

Recruitment isn’t the same as it was a decade ago. It is true that job descriptions are still a constant way to post an open position; however, technology has brought a change in the recruitment process.

Many disprove some of the positive changes that technology has brought. However, we all must agree that it’s also brought about innovations in the hiring process.

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Secondhand Stress at Work - Zinny Factor
Employee's Workplace, Entrepreneur's Workplace

6 Ways to Avoid Secondhand Stress at Work

Have you ever had the feeling that someone at work has passed down stress to you (secondhand stress)? It could just be a colleague that’s continually complaining about an issue to you.

This is called: secondhand stress.

According to scientists, stress is contagious. This explains why when your colleague is sighing loudly, complaining, shuffling pieces of paper and maybe sending you emails in capital letters to show urgency at work, you automatically feel stressed out and extremely anxious in no minute.

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Skills for Employers - Zinny Factor
Employee's Workplace, New Worker

The Skills That Employers Love To See

Jobs are changing all the time including the necessary skills, and you need to be flexible and ready to change with it or you will get left behind and may find yourself out of work.

There are some skills employers love to see, that if you do not have already you can develop. These will make your job more secure, and may even lead to advancement.

If you are looking for a better job, or advancement within your current company, what are the skills that employers like to see?

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