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negotiating at work
Employee's Workplace, New Worker

Learn How Millions of People Negotiate at Work

When many people hear ‘negotiation’, they think a pay increase, but it shouldn’t be. Is a salary increase the only thing that can be negotiable in the workplace? From my experience, it isn’t. I’ve been able to negotiate other things from time to time.

If everyone shared the same belief and thought like we did, life might have been somewhat easier to navigate. Reality check— that’s not so! Learning the art of negotiation is the only way out.

At work, you’ll encounter various types of people with diverse personalities. It becomes imminent that negotiating your way around things and reaching a compromise mutually benefiting to both parties is the proper way to handle affairs in the workplace.

Some people are not aware of this and believe that everything should go their own way, but since you are a member of the Zinny Factor community, I’ll be sharing a few ways I’ve learned to incorporate the art of negotiation.

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Employee's Workplace, Entrepreneur's Workplace, New Worker

6 Reasons why most Workers Hate their Jobs

A couple of weeks back I published a post on why some people love their jobs and almost immediately it made sense to write just the opposite as well: why some people hate theirs.

There are a number of reasons for doing this, but I also believe that if you can point out areas that make you feel miserable at work, then you can make out better plans to address such issues and mitigate unhappiness on your job.

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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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