Dealing with Remote Work Burnout

Three years ago, remote work was akin to mythical creatures like bigfoot or mermaids. Well, I exaggerate 😅🙈, but it was definitely something reserved for places like the tech industry or your TV screen.

Fast-forward to 2022 remote work is a part of everyone’s lexicon with numerous employees enganging in it. However, employee burnout has risen in tandem with it.

Find out how to effectively manage remote work burnout in my latest article on musondaspeaks.com. Continue reading Dealing with Remote Work Burnout

Emotional Labour: Managing your Emotions for a Wage

What happens when you feel so sad at work that you want to cry, yet you don’t? Or you are verbally abused by a client, get angry but still smile and listen? Or you find something outrageously funny during a stakeholder meeting but stifle your laughter to maintain the expected decorum? It’s all emotional labour! Find out about this super power you possess in my latest article! Continue reading Emotional Labour: Managing your Emotions for a Wage

Social Media Screening for Recruitment: Yay or Nay?

I’m assuming you have Facebook account and you have probably noticed the memories notifications, where Facebook feels the need to remind you about all the things you have posted on that date throughout the years. If you’re anything like me half of those posts make you cringe, laugh or wonder about your own state of mind. However, what is of concern is that recruiters are … Continue reading Social Media Screening for Recruitment: Yay or Nay?

Need to Have or Nice to Have: The 6-Hour Work Day

Imagine your house keeper, children’s nanny, security guard or gardener (basically someone who personally works for you) came and talked to you about the 6 hour work day, and mentioned how it would increase productivity, reduce presenteeism, reduce their sick days and increase their job satisfaction. Would you give it to them? Continue reading Need to Have or Nice to Have: The 6-Hour Work Day