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Signs that your Employer cares about you
Employee's Workplace

5 Obvious Signs Your Boss Cares About You

These days, you can feel lucky if you have a job and can see signs that show your employer cares. The market has been in such a state that unemployment has been at an all-time high, meaning that often time, any job is often better than no job at all.

Feeling like you should be grateful for your job is wonderful unless your employer uses that feeling to take advantage of you, of course. Your relationship with your boss is going to be a critical factor in deciding whether you are happy at your place of work and whether your career is successful.

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Employee's Workplace

Should You Tell Your Boss You’re Looking For Another Job?

If you’re embarking on a career change or just looking for a new challenge, you will have to consider whether or not to inform your boss of this. For most employees, the idea of telling their boss that you’re looking elsewhere is a worrying concept, and most of us will avoid doing so until the last possible moment.

However, there is a school of thought which suggests that perhaps honesty is indeed the best policy and that you might be missing out if you withhold this information from your boss. So, in an effort to help you decide the right way forward for you, let’s dig into arguments so you can make an informed decision: should you tell your boss when you’re looking for another job?

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Side Hustle Passive Income - Zinny Factor
Entrepreneur's Workplace

Are You Ready To Break Out On Your Own?

One of the most amazing things about the modern world is just how much control it offers so many people over their own lives and careers. There was a time when your only option was to work for a company and slowly work your way up the ranks. However, there are now so many other options available to people that it can be pretty overwhelming!

The most significant things about many of these options is that they give you the chance to break out on your own and no longer have to rely on other people for your career. However, as exciting as that might sound, it can be a real challenge to do this.

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Employee's Workplace, Entrepreneur's Workplace, Side Hustle Series

Creative Ways To Freelance

It’s hard to find a career that can make you completely happy in this day and age. It’s almost impossible to be 100 percent happy in a job because human wants are insatiable. One minute you are completely sold on your job and are ever willing to share this with friends and family.

In fact, you want them to work with you on some aspects!

And the next minute, you are battling with a bit of stress and could get frustrated, intimidated or lose focus. That’s what life and career bring to the table. I even ranted on the love-hate relationship of a 9-5.

The classic 9 to 5 job spent sitting behind a desk in a drab office can be mentally draining for some people and I totally respect that because I’ve seen both sides of the coin. It’s probably not the kind of job you imagined if that is the role in which you find yourself.

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Feeling unsafe at work
Employee's Workplace, New Worker

Do You Feel Safe In Your Job?

This might seem like such a broad question to ask, but do you truly feel safe in your job? Not safe as in your physical safety, but in other aspects as well. Do you feel mentally stable? Is your job secure? Do you feel happy coming into work each day?

Your mental stability is so important and your job or workplace plays an active role in how you’ll generally react. If you’re feeling unsafe, it should naturally result to stress and could affect how you treat loved ones or people around you.

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Optimizing your company's overfow
Entrepreneur's Workplace

Optimising Your Company Workflow One Step at a Time

In this post, I want to really bring out the HR aspect of this blog based on certain things I’ve noticed over sometime and I hope it inspires you to bring out the very best in your company if you are in the management.

Businesses are often seen as slow, clunky and inefficient beasts that, while necessary in our everyday lives, are in need of a serious upgrade. But can you really teach an old business new tricks?

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How to approach your boss with a problem
Employee's Workplace, New Worker

4 Steps for Approaching Your Boss With a Problem

*This is a collaborative post.

No matter where you work or what you do, you’ll always have to communicate with people. There are times when problems will arise at work that involve other people. Even if you work from home on your own, you may have an emergency that means you have to disappoint a client.

Although working online often means you have increased flexibility, it doesn’t mean you’re exempt from things going wrong. So, how do you approach someone you work with, with a problem?

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Employee's Workplace, New Worker

Never Say “No” to Work Assignments (even if you don’t know how to do it!)

Hi Guys, in this week’s vlog I’m sharing a fun fact about my past and why you should never say “no” to a new assignment at work.
It’s pretty interesting and my alter ego came visiting! Haha.

Let me know what you think and please leave a comment behind. Will you ever say “no” to a new assignment?

Please let me know what video you would love to see in future!

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Employee's Workplace

How to Deal with a Micromanaging Boss

Hello, Oh my! I missed this space so much. I missed blogging and hearing back from you. I missed you, I honestly did. I am so happy to be back here and doing what gladdens my heart. Typing at this moment is giving me so much joy, believe me. I didn’t plan to be away this long but it just happened. Remember the last post where I told you that I had “agreed” to have a week long celebration for my birthday? I didn’t know what was waiting for me. I had no clue.

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