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Employee's Workplace, Entrepreneur's Workplace

The Workplace Culture Of The Construction Industry: Not Just Bricks And Mortar!

From the perspective of both employees and employers, the working environment is something that can dictate the overall feel of an office. Regardless of what type of working scenario it is, the issue of office culture inevitably crops up, and that’s not to say that it is exclusive to office environments.

The construction industry, the healthcare industry, or any industry that you can think of, has its own unique environment. Working in a construction environment is not too dissimilar to any of the working environment.

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New Worker, The Immigrant Worker

Challenges you Better be Ready for if you Want to Work Overseas

Working halfway across the world is a dream come true for many people who want to get more from their career than a wage. There’s plenty of proof that it works, as well. People have been seeking and finding lives all across the world and in more ways than you might think.

If you think you’ve found that dream opportunity, you might be tempted to leap on in. However, there are real challenges to face when working overseas and opportunities that many fail to catch. Get ready for them and you can be one of the success stories, not one of the horror stories.

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Entrepreneur's Workplace

A Clear & Simple Method To Improve Your Workplace’s Functionality

Something that every business in the world has to get right is the experience of being in the workplace. For the company to succeed in whatever venture is necessary, a well-functioning workplace is always going to be vital.

But getting this right can be notoriously hard to do, especially when you are new to running a business. Nonetheless, entrepreneurs of all levels of experience have to find their own unique and creative ways to develop and sustain a good workplace, and it is something that you can always improve upon.

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Employee's Workplace, New Worker

Does Culture Affect Your Writing or Communication at Work?

Before I relocated, I was the type that would send a casual email, write or communicate in this format:

“Dear Sir/ Ma,

I hope this email finds you well?

I am sending this email because I am….”

And then, of course, I’d end the email with a “Yours sincerely”. Actually, I think I frequently used “Best regards” Haha!

Did you notice that there was no form of abbreviation or nada?! I’d read and re-read my email to be sure that I had made no errors and to ensure that the email depicted me to be a formal person.

Maybe it was the culture, now that I think of it.

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Entrepreneur's Workplace

5 Reasons to Consider Pay Transparency in your Company

I remember when we were told to present a paper on any topic we agree on. It was for my compensation class. Somehow, my team agreed on a topic related to pay transparency and even after our presentation, I have always taken out time to deliberate on the topic and pay transparency in general as it seems to fascinate me for reasons unknown. So, this topic is in honor and or remembrance of my great team members. I miss you all.

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Entrepreneur's Workplace

How to Develop a Learning Culture for your Organization

A learning culture is an embodiment of your organization’s values, beliefs, processes and in entirety, what it stands for. It also combines the mission and vision of your organization in the long run. The learning culture of your organization should be one that can be felt by your clients and prospective employees through the behavior and practices of your present employees.

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