It does not really make a difference how long you have been a member of the workforce, starting a new job is going to cause a mixture of stress and excitement in anyone. It is normal to feel nervous and completely out of your comfort zone on your first day at a new job. Understandably you are going to want to make a great first impression on your new work colleagues, so to help you prepare and start with the best foot forward I have compiled 10 tips for starting a new job.
Thinking about resigning from work? Let's face it, everyone has a bad day at work from time to time, often leaving the office in a huff, promising to hand in their resignation the very next day. Yes, we have all been there. So how will you know that this is not just another one of those, “moments of weakness?” How do you know that it genuinely is the right time to resign?
Check out these 13 signs that it might be time to resign.
Does a co-worker or even supervisor often talk over you, criticize you or take credit for your hard word. You might be be dealing with an office bully!
This is how to deal with a bully in the workplace in three simple steps
Knowing you are the star employee in your organisation is a fantastic feeling. This is how to make yourself irreplaceable at work. Its quite easy actually.