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Posted by Dan I. | HR Management Tips | January 31st, 2015
Achieving an adequate level of happiness in your life and career is challenging on many levels. Although this might be a goal that many people share, their perception of the right level of happiness in career and in personal life vary. With that being said, it is obvious that there is no universal recipe on how to achieve happiness in life; however, there are certainly some pointers and questions you need to ask yourself in order to determine the
Posted by Dan I. | HR Management Tips | January 30th, 2015
Throughout your work career you must have found yourself in a situation in which you were not satisfied with your colleagues and their speed of work and results. But, how about the other way around? Are you effective at your work and are you that ideal team member that everyone loves working with?
Posted by Dan I. | HR Management Tips | January 25th, 2015
If you get frequent assignments from your manager or employer, then you are probably aware of the pressure to complete those tasks on time. Yet, sometimes you hardly make to complete some of the projects on time or you miss your deadline for the task you expected it wouldn't take that long. What happened there? Do you properly prioritize?
Posted by Dan I. | HR Management Tips | January 24th, 2015
Giving effective feedback is an important learning step in the process of mastering any type of job or work. Yet, it is important to find a good way to do that, without putting people on defense or wasting time on giving unproductive feedback that would lead to no better result. Understanding the reasons on why you are giving particular feedback and finding the best method to do that might be sometimes a challenge. If you are provide feedback
Posted by Dan I. | HR Management Tips | January 23rd, 2015
Although women openly admit that they spend more money than men, the results of an international survey revealed that women are better at managing money than men. Let's take a closer look at some facts that might debunk some false stereotypes, especially the ones regarding personal money management. Frittering away money on needless purchases in a form of an extra pair of Louboutin shoes or a handbag from the latest Moschino collection has tur