How Work Friendships Can Create Positive Cultures

Keeping a clear divide between work and personal life may appear like the de facto stance for some, but it definitely is not as simple as it sounds.

And why is that so?

Working alongside your colleagues for almost eight hours for five working days a week amount to a substantial amount of time spent together.

As much as it seems like the time spent is purely on work, it is not necessarily so. The interactions and conversations that take place during work, breaks, lunch times, and after office hours do contribute to team bonding and development of friendships. Read more

How Do We Adapt to Virtual Work?

As the world accelerates with the relentless advancements in technology, all spheres of how we live our lives have been impacted. Inevitably, this includes the way we work.

Distancing ourselves further away from the days where paperwork is literally done with paper and manually, the introduction of computers, gadgets, software and automated processes has transformed how we work. Read more

10 Signs You’re Ready for a New Career

Many choose to deny the fact that career transitions are part and parcel of our working lives, but staying put at a job for as long as possible does not necessarily mean it’s the best case scenario. It may make a person appear loyal and dedicated to a corporation, but there could be unspoken and unseen concerns bubbling below the surface. And when these concerns reach the breaking point, it causes you to reevaluate your career choices. Read more

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