Tagged work-life balance

Where’ve you been?

Parental leave, sabbatical, unemployment – How do you describe gaps on your resume?

When looking at today’s resumes, one thing soon becomes clear: a seemingly perfect and completely straightforward resume is becoming increasingly rare. And that’s a good thing – the trend is increasing towards voluntarily taking time off, such as parental leave or a sabbatical. Click on ALLOW button to have access to more exciting career news!

How to create a more productive and healthier work environment

Addressing mental health in the workplace

Mental health issues are silently killing productivity in the workplace. Depression alone costs 400 million lost workdays every year in the U.S., according to the Partnership for Workplace Mental Health program. That doesn’t even include stress disorders or anxiety, which are just as common. Considering the high cost to your company for letting these issues…

Worker Benefits

I. Want. Home. Office. Not a parking space!

Unusual employee events are highly valued. No medium-sized company without survival training, no start-up without a ski jumping event… But does it really have to be this way? Can companies in competition for highly qualified employees not score with other benefits? Satisfied employees. Happy employees. Productive employees. What kind of boss wouldn’t like to see…

Successful Executives

Advancing your career without those long office hours

We’ve all heard the saying, “hard work pays off”, but then why is it that certain people seem to advance quicker than others, without putting in any extra effort? The answer to this question may be both surprising and inspiring… Common Career Myths: Success depends solely on hard work, dedication and clever planning, right? Wrong….

Amazing Company Perks

Does Your Office Need a “Ministry of Fun?”

The best talent will always be richly rewarded. While companies traditionally lure and keep highly-qualified employees with generous salary and bonus packages, some are getting more creative with compensation…

Workouts of the Mega-Successful

How great could you be if you exercised like Theresa May or Mark Cuban?

We all know exercise feeds the brain. It also makes you more successful, research strongly suggests, because it helps boost energy, focus and productivity. Take, for example, the research from Tom Corley, the author of Change Your Habits, Change Your Life. In surveying 177 self-made millionaires, he found that 76 percent of them worked out…

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Millennials won’t manage

Millennials Are “Over” Management.

Millennials, now the largest segment of the workforce, don’t want to manage. Click on ALLOW button to have access to more exciting career news!

personal development
It’s simple.

To Improve Your Life, Improve Yourself.

Do you feel as if you’ve got too much on your plate to focus on personal development and growth? Do your professional commitments overshadow everything, meaning you’re too caught up in the flow of meetings, projects, travel, and other duties to focus on your own goals? If so, it’s time to take stock. Click on…

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Morning Glory

The Secret to Success is a 5 AM Wake-Up Call.

Early risers are more successful in the business world. Here’s why. „The early bird catches the worm.” This motto has been around in American top management as a success formula for years. Today this management style has spread to other corners of the world, and it’s becoming increasingly more accepted. Click on ALLOW button to…

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