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
Did you know you are a part of the ‘Gig’ Economy? Remember that internship you did for 3 months, what about that once-off article you submitted or the event you helped publicize for free ticket? Yup, all Gig Work. Since you’re a part of it, find out how to survive it. Continue reading The ‘Gig’ Economy and how to survive it.
New beginnings are stressful at best. Meet Belinda, she’s a determined and enterprising 20 something , and this is the story of her first 30 days at a new Job. Hopefully she can help you navigate your’s or make your next 30 better. Continue reading Meet Belinda: How to survive your first 30 days at a new job.
Career paths are no longer as straight forward as they used to be. Individuals, swing from industry to industry, across different career trajectories. But whose more likely to take this swing; men or women? Continue reading Sex, Ladders and Jungle Gyms.
“I’m not sure what to expect and if I’ll succeed. I’m on probation and if I mess up they’ll fire me, I should have stayed at my old job!” On-boarding is the process that combats an employees initial anxieties when they join an organisation. Find out ‘how-to’ in this article. Continue reading The Employee On-boarding Checklist
The oldest millennials are now in their late-30’s. They’ve been in the workplace for over a decade. Meanwhile, ‘Generation Z’ are joining the workforce in entry level positions. What does this mean? Find out in my latest article. Continue reading The Fall of the Millennial