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If you’ve ever had a mentor in the workplace, you know that they can be an invaluable resource throughout your career. They can help you with a variety of situations like making difficult decisions in the workplace and providing long-term career advice. They are there to teach and guide you through your professional life. Anyone … Read the Rest →
Even if you have a job that you are generally happy with, maintaining enthusiasm and motivation every day and in every single task is often not possible. Sometimes, you might be overwhelmed by the less pleasant parts of your work and wonder whether staying at your current job is worth that stress.
However, before you … Read the Rest →
When you last shared a post or story on Instagram, did you consider how it might be perceived by a potential employer? If you didn’t, you might want to start in the near future. According to research done by The Manifest in April 2020, 90% of employers now factor in a candidate’s social media accounts … Read the Rest →
The state of the country’s healthcare system is constantly changing. With the population continuing to grow, it’s presenting new challenges for healthcare professionals. Not only is the volume of patients needing care increasing, but the ailments and healthcare conditions are becoming more diverse.
To adequately meet the demands of this growing industry, registered nurses require … Read the Rest →
We are going through changing times in almost every sphere of our lives — and the workplace is no exception. While the remote working structure used to be primarily reserved for only a handful of professions, these days, more and more companies are choosing to stay open to hiring remote personnel.
However, both working remotely … Read the Rest →
Without face-to-face interactions, collaboration can be a challenge in remote work. In its stead are virtual meetings, which The New Yorker dubs as “a diminished simulacrum of the conference-table gatherings that drive so much of corporate life.” In other words, virtual meetings cannot approximate the richness of in-person interactions. Spontaneous hallway conversations, ‘water cooler’ talk, … Read the Rest →