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  • Upskilling and Role-Shifts: How Senior Employees Can Adapt to a Change in Job Environment
    Upskilling and Role-Shifts: How Senior Employees Can Adapt to a Change in Job Environment

    Moving towards a managerial role comes with several different challenges. One of these involves having a qualitative shift in one's work style - this means learning to grow in your own role and creating an environment that fosters the career-growth of others in your team. Let's look at some ways in which you can manage the different changes that come with this role-shift. 

  • Women's Struggle With Stress
    Women's Struggle With Stress

    Women face a more unique set of challenges when it comes to facing burnout at work. Look at how this happens and some ways in which this can be managed better. 

  • Millennials - Today's Micro-celebrity
    Millennials - Today's Micro-celebrity

    Millennials represent almost half of today's working population. Understanding them better would aid in recruitment, training and managing this particular part of the workforce.

  • Transform Your Attitude
    Transform Your Attitude

    Ever wonder how some colleagues manage to get ahead despite all the odds? Attitude. If you are looking to make some positive changes in your approach to your work, here's what you need to know.

  • How's Your Attitude At Work?
    How's Your Attitude At Work?

    Our attitude towards our job can impact many things. A negative outlook can make us view everything as a personal criticism. On the other hand, a positive attitude can create growth both personally and professionally. 

  • Preparing for the Yearly Appraisal
    Preparing for the Yearly Appraisal

    Appraisal is that time of the year when both the managers and the employees are worried about the kind of ratings they may receive and give to their colleagues. This is the period to look back at the year that was and plan for the coming year. This article will help you prepare well for your appraisal.

  • What Not To Do with Work Emails!
    What Not To Do with Work Emails!

    Emails at the workplace is a great tool when used carefully. Here's a list of common errors which need to be avoided.

  • Grieving the Loss of a Job
    Grieving the Loss of a Job

    In India our work often represents who and what we are. In addition to monetary returns a job provides a sense of purpose and self-esteem. Thus when a job ends, part of us seems to end with it. If you or someone you know has lost your job, it is important to remember . . . you have lost a description of what you do, not who and what you are.

     

  • Financial Crisis: Overcoming fear and stress
    Financial Crisis: Overcoming fear and stress

    News of the crashing stock-market, recession, layoffs, salary cuts, and the uncertain financial situation is certainly a cause of great stress to most people. In the current economic situation the fear of unemployment is also very real. Experts recommend a number of steps that could be helpful, and warn against others that are actually counter-productive. Here is a look at some of these.

     

     

  • E-mail Etiquette at the Workplace
    E-mail Etiquette at the Workplace

    Easy access to mails and blogs on the phones, laptops and desktops has popularized the time-saving, travel-free social interactions. It has become easier to opt for work from home, manage a team from a different location and organize an official meeting without much running around just by one click on a mouse. However, since e-mails are permanent records of a person's contribution to work, it is also essential to follow some email etiquette and guidelines that convey professionalism and efficiency.

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