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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, 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, Entrepreneur's Workplace

Keeping the Office Looking Spick and Span, Inside and Out

Your office space is what many of the potential clients or colleagues that enter it will judge your whole business/ work style on. It is one of the aspects of your job/ business that will make them decide to enter into business with you, or avoid you entirely.

Simply, your office space can either help your business, or it can hinder it. As I’ve stated previously, your work space can determine how your co-workers treat you as well. To ensure that it is very much the former, make sure to read on.

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Fear of Phone Conversations at Work
Employee's Workplace, New Worker

If you have the Fear of Phone Conversations at Work, You can Overcome it Now!

I had something close to a heart-to-heart talk (phone conversation) with someone in the past and I’ll never forget what this person told me. He said: “Everyone has their own struggles no matter how trivial it may appear.”

And quite honestly, I felt this soothing calmness in my nerves.

For one, I was very relaxed to know that he actually appreciated that I might be going through my own storms even if it’s not worth anything to him, depending on what his life encounters have been and what he sees as a challenge or not.

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How to keep your customers happy
Entrepreneur's Workplace

Do You Know How To Keep Your Customers Happy?

Every business will have their opinions on what matters the most in the day to day running of their operations. Some will say profit, others will say traffic, and then there are those that will always prioritize customer satisfaction.

And it’s those guys that are going to go far! Why? Because businesses might be about making money, but if you’ve not got happy customers, you’re never going to be able to make as much money as you’d like.

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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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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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How to go on sabbatical from your business
Employee's Workplace, Entrepreneur's Workplace

An Effective Guide to Taking a Sabbatical from your Business/ Work

There are times in life when you just need a break.

If you have been working on your business for years, forgoing holiday celebrations and vacations in favor of pursuing your business goals, then there’s a good chance you’re long overdue a break. Business owners who don’t take time for themselves will soon find themselves facing burnout, and everything they worked for in their business will soon suffer in turn.

However, the majority of small business owners don’t take a break; never mind the kind of extended break that might truly help them reset and recuperate from the years of work. The reason that small business owners don’t like to take time off is because they worry about what will happen to their business if they do.

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