Being proactive is one of the best ways to improve your work life. But how to actually achieve it?
In this article, we’ll look at what proactivity means, why being proactive is important, and provide some examples of how to be proactive at work.
Back in 1987 sociologist Arlene Daniels coined the term “invisible labor”, and since then we have become increasingly aware of its various forms and ramifications. In some industries workers spend up to 33% of their daily work time doing invisible labor.
Context switching is hurting your productivity. And it’s not your fault. At least, not entirely. In today’s office environment, a never-ending flow…
How can a business measure if it’s moving into the right direction? By using the wide variety of KPIs – key performance indicators.
This article offers the ultimate list of KPI examples. Check it out!
Recession isn’t easy for anyone – be it managers or employees.
How do you support your workers during an economic downturn? By implementing some of these 5 tactics – take a look.
Do you know what’s a parasite employee? What indicates your office may have one and how do you deal with such a worker?
So many questions, I know.
Read this blog post & find it all out.
Planning out your workday to the minute sounds good, but you also need mental energy to complete your tasks. That’s where energy management comes in.
Quiet quitting has become a popular topic of discussion among Millennial and Gen Z workers on TikTok, but it is more than…
Employee monitoring has been a touchy subject over recent years. As people switched to working from home during the pandemic, companies and…