According to a LinkedIn study, 89% of bad hires typically lack soft skills such as creativity, persuasion, teamwork, collaboration, adaptability, and time management. Communication, empathy, teamwork, worth ethic and leadership are some of the necessary skills to advance in your career. These skills go beyond the technical skills needed for a job but enhance career […]
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Thinking about switching careers? You’re not alone. Sometimes these thoughts can trickle in when you’re not happy with your job or sometimes you just want to see what else is out there.
One of the most valuable opportunities you can have in your career is mentorship. Having a mentor to help you navigate growth opportunities and support you at any stage of your career will truly help you learn and develop in your role, especially in today’s world where in-person interactions are more limited than before.
After more than a year of working from home for many professionals, it is now time for some of us to start preparing for a daily commute and workdays spent outside of the home.
Our workplaces are comprised of individuals from different backgrounds and cultures, and everyone – no matter their gender, race, ability, or sexual orientation – wants to feel included and supported in their surroundings.
Remote workers are more likely to feel that they are working more hours every day (39%) compared with office-based workers (31%), according to slack.
While many employees have reported that working from home has resulted in higher productivity, it’s safe to say that distractions can happen regardless of your location.