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Career Change

Help!!! HR isn’t on my Side

Hello! How has October been so far? Turning out well, I suppose. Thanksgiving was celebrated over the weekend in Canada and yesterday was a public holiday as well. The Americans celebrate it in November. According to one of my professors, the Canadians thought to move up the celebrations to October when the weather is much more favorable and also to prevent the celebrations from clashing with Remembrance day celebrated in November.

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Entrepreneur's Workplace

5 Ways to Make your Workplace Flexible

Like I explained in the about section, I grew up in Nigeria and I also had the opportunity to work in the country for some time. Most of the jobs available in the country were full-time jobs, so you can imagine how excited I was to realize that I could study and work part-time when I relocate to Canada. To make my short story interesting, I also took out some time to research on if part-time jobs were available and I saw that there was quite a handful. That kept me really enthusiastic.

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Entrepreneur's Workplace

6 Ways to Boost Employee Engagement in your Organization

If you run a business, manage one or you are in management group then you have complex duties. To have the required skills, competencies and knowledge for your role, adequately apply it and also to effectively coordinate activities of staff/ employees in lower positions. This is where employee engagement comes in because you should motivate, assist and push other employees to achieve set objectives of the organization.

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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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